Atherley demands clear action from PM – Barbados Today

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Prime Minister Mia Mottley has been asked to step down from her “lofty perch” and provide clear answers about the payment of severance to frustrated hotel workers. This was the plea of Opposition Leader Bishop Joseph Atherley, who joined protesters in front of the Accra Beach Hotel and Spa asking that the PM, and key […]
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