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It is committed to a stronger, well-managed economy and reduced public debt. The Government aims to increase employment and to improve educational opportunities for Bermuda's young people. It aims to provide better care for our senior citizens and
Christopher Famous, PLP Assistant Organizer, Central Region, today released the following statement: We have spent the last few years burying our sons and brothers because of senseless physical violence and have more to bury as we speak. We have
Former PLP Attorney General Kim Wilson declined an offer to join Premier Craig Cannonier's new OBA Government. Ms Wilson rated as one of the most able of the PLP Cabinet became an MP in last December's election after a stint in Senate. The Bermuda
PLP veteran MP and ex-pro footballer Randy Horton has been asked to come off the bench and become Speaker of the House of Assembly. But it is understood a furious PLP hierarchy has tried to red card the bid while stopping short of threatening to
Bermuda Bermuda's voters have ousted the political party that has ruled the wealthy British territory for 16 years. Preliminary results released Tuesday show that the One Bermuda Alliance has ousted the Progressive Labor Party of Premier Paula Cox.
Bermuda (AP) Bermuda Premier Paula Cox faces a tough test as her Progressive Labor Party seeks a fourth term in power in Monday's elections. Cox's party has focused its campaign on its record navigating the wealthy British dependency through the
Premier Paula Cox told the Real Estate Division of the Chamber of Commerce's AGM she remained confident there would be a turnaround in our overall economic fortunes. But she warned it was not just the Government's job to kick-start a recovery,
OBA leader Craig Cannonier today drew up his battle lines for a general election billed as one of the most important the island has ever faced. Mr Cannonier rallied his troops after Paula Cox announced Monday, December 17 as election day at a packed
To everyone in the OBA and the thousands of others who have joined this movement for change, we are excited about this opportunity to finally move Bermuda in a new and better direction. On December 17, voters will have the chance to say whether
The PLP believes in standing strong for Bermudians and lifting up, not pulling down. So it is always disappointing when some choose to go in the gutter. That, however, does not deter or discourage us for working for all of Bermuda- even the naysayers.