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Papa speaks
Amid growing turmoil in the Free National Movement (FNM), former Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham broke his long-held silence yesterday, expressing disappointment over the state of affairs in the opposition party, and suggested it was because of pettin...
‘A great loss’
Former Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham said yesterday he is disappointed that one of his former ministers, Byran Woodside, cut ties with the Free National Movement (FNM) and joined the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP). “I am disappointed, very much ...
Showdown looms in the FNM
The ill-advised decision of Free National Movement (FNM) Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis to protect Senator Lanisha Rolle at all cost while risking deeper divisions and the further weakening of his party and of his leadership defies all logic. The matter o...
A govt of flam
Its many challenges notwithstanding, the fourth estate in The Bahamas is stronger than it has been in a long while. The Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) clearly feels threatened by this, particularly as election season approaches. Its chairman, Brad...
Brent Symonette open to leadership challenge
Former Deputy Prime Minister Brent Symonette is open to running for leader of the Free National Movement (FNM). But Symonette stressed in an interview with National Review on Saturday that he fully supports the leadership of Dr. Hubert Minnis. Amid...
Too many parents are not parenting
Right now where I live in the Beautiful Bahamas, there is a whole lot of crime which is most distressing to all who live here. Quite recently, there was a terrible incident involving some teenagers coming home from school who got involved in a row o...
Free fall
The Free National Movement (FNM) is in crisis. It is in a bad place. Various factions are warring against each other in debilitating maneuvers that could doom the party’s chances of success in the next general election. We fail to see how the FN...
Grave insult
If Free National Movement (FNM) Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis does not make FNM Senator Lanisha Rolle resign from the Senate, he would face the wrath of certain FNM MPs who are gravely offended by her brazen assault on them, National Review can reveal. ...
Embracing the ‘all for me baby types’
In a move that was both curious and surprising, but one that did not spark much political excitement in the national arena, former minister in the Ingraham cabinet Byran Woodside joined the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP), which he once characterized...
Rejecting nonsense from our govt
Prime Minister Perry Christie has remained quiet in the face of repeated attacks by Tall Pines MP Leslie Miller on the foreign-born head of the Bahamas Insurance Association Emmanuel Komolafe, but announced on Friday that he has hired a foreign firm ...
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