LIAT ex-staff take protest online – Barbados Today


Hundreds of long-suffering, out-of-work former LIAT workers have now created a special protest video for circulation across social media highlighting their plight for the non-payment of EC$119 million in outstanding entitlements including EC$79 million in severance outstanding for close to a year. With their cries for help seemingly falling on deaf ears and lamenting that […]
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DLP faces ‘oblivion’ unless DePeiza goes - Lashley - Barbados Today

The Democratic Labour Party (DLP) could “disintegrate into oblivion” amid the resignation of several high-profile members, unless DLP leader Verla DePeiza steps down, a former parliamentarian Hamilton Lashley suggested Tuesday. With at least five members quitting the party so far this year, the general membership should now be asking DePeiza […]