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PRIME MINISTER RESPONDS TO ERNEST HILAIRE LAND ROVER LAWSUIT

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“Pathetic” – That’s how the Prime Minister characterized a lawsuit reportedly brought against him by Castries South MP Dr. Ernest Hilaire over his alleged role in an ongoing legal dispute between the Customs & Excise Department and Dr. Hilaire to determine the ownership of a 2015 model Land Rover SUV. Dr. Hilaire has long suspected and charged senior government officials of being complicit in an alleged political plot to cause injury to his reputation. His lawyers have so far made good on their threats to sue the perceived co-conspirators implicated in the drawn out Land Rover saga. The Prime Minister, who on November 25, was a guest on a local talk show claims Dr. Hilaire’s pending courtroom battle with Customs is, “… only the beginning of his problems…”

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“SARAH MUST GO” GRAFFITI DELAYS CDC PAINTING

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The remedial works on the Darling Road CDCs which commenced Thursday were disrupted when workers arrived Friday morning to graffiti with messages aimed at the Castries Central MP. Did the vandals paint a clear picture?SHOW LESS

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GOV’T, OPPOSITION SPAR OVER BORROWING

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The Lower House met on Tuesday [December 15] to seek approval to authorize the Finance Minister to borrow $85 million dollars from five locally based commercial banks. Prime Minister and Finance Minister Allen Chastanet explained to reporters coming to the House for overdraft borrowing is routine. He says the money would help with government cash flow to maintain its day to day operations. The government’s borrowing has again been criticized by the Opposition.

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NCOPT SAYS THEY DID NOT ‘SELL OUT’ THEIR MEMBERS

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The National Council on Public Transport has assured they are on the side of minibus operators. NCOPT 1st Vice President Kentry Frederick refuted “sell out” assertions levelled at him by some of the protesting bus drivers.

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