Blog

THE CHRIS GIBBS’ PROMISE

“I promise you that I will not fail you. I will give you the representation you deserve.” With these words, Barbados Labour Party candidate for St. Michael West, Christopher Gibbs, tonight formally introduced himself to constituents as the party ramped up its campaign to retain the Government in the January 19 general elections. After being

DAVIDSON ISHMAEL — COMMITTED TO SERVING

Barbados Labour Party candidate for St. Michael North, Davidson Ishmael, tonight introduced himself to constituents with a promise of committed service and a programme of community projects to uplift the constituency. He was speaking as the party launched its campaign for the January 19 general election with satellite screens in communities across the constituency and

OUR PLEDGES

Our Pledge to our Public Servants Our Pledge to our Children Our Pledge to our Young People Our Pledge to our People with Disabilities Our Pledge to our Senior Citizens Our Pledge to our Diaspora OUR PLEDGE TO OUR DIASPORA Information and communications technologies have effectively blurred the lines between those Barbadians who live on

OUR PRIORITIES

Translating our broad transformative vision for a new Barbados into tangible achievements will require discipline and focus. We will concentrate our efforts on five priority themes, all essential and mutually reinforcing components of the overarching vision for our country. These themes all flow naturally and cohesively from our core Values and Principles: OUR VISION FOR

WHAT WE STAND FOR

The Barbados Labour Party remains faithful to the following core principles which are essential to achieving a truly just, equitable and developed society in which all citizens can continue to flourish and realise their full potential. OUR PRINCIPLES The Barbados Labour Party stands for strengthening the spiritual and cultural psyche of Barbadians in a way

KEY POINTS FROM MINI BUDGET

Below is a summary of the key fiscal measures announced by Prime Minister and Minister of Finance Mia Mottley in her Mini Budget presentation delivered on June 11, 2018. i. Effective July 1, 2018 the National Social Responsibility Levy (NSRL) will be repealed. The Fair Trading Commission will be asked to monitor developments to ensure


Follow My Blog

Get new content delivered directly to your inbox.