#BTEditorial – From CLR James, to Worrell, to the Archers

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Professor of sport and cultural studies at the University of Central Lancashire, John Hughson, in an essay on Sport, Nation and Empire suggested that while France and Germany took a direct approach to imposing their customs and values on their territories, Britain preferred the “velvet glove of cultural imperialism”. Sport, and in particular cricket, was […]
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Prime Minister Freundel Stuart has put Barbadians on notice that the social entitlements from which they have benefitted over the past 50 years may become a thing of the past. During debate on the 2018-2019 Estimates of Revenue and Expenditure in the House of Assembly this evening, Stuart warned the […]