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PRIME Minister Andrew Holness on Sunday said his Government is committed to rebuilding the country from the "destruction of the decade of the '70s which caused the greatest post-Independence flight of talent and skill and enterprise from our shores".

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Monday, 21 November 2022 16:39

Juliet Holness eyes 20 years of JLP Gov’t

Juliet Holness on Sunday encouraged Jamaicans to keep the Jamaica Labour Party (JLP) in power for at least 20 consecutive years, arguing that the country needs strong and visionary leadership.

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Monday, 21 November 2022 15:20

Golding slams JLP over over government failures

Opposition Leader and PNP President Mark Golding is arguing that the government has not been addressing all the fundamental steps that should take place to move the country in the right direction.

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Saturday, 19 November 2022 21:10

Conference 79, what’s next in line, Mr Holness?

By Nicole Stanbury

Today , Sunday, November 20, 2022 the ruling Jamaica Labour Party is staging their 79th annual conference at the National Arena in Kingston.

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Saturday, 19 November 2022 16:39

Holness to address critical issues at JLP conference

 
When the leader of the Jamaica Labour Party (JLP), Prime Minister Andrew Holness, addresses the party’s 79th annual conference at the National Arena in Kingston on Sunday, he is expected to place the spotlight on some burning issues of national importance.
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Veteran parliamentarian and cabinet minister Lester Michael Henry has resigned leadership of the Jamaica Labour Party's (JLP) Central Clarendon executive committee.

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Tuesday, 25 October 2022 17:59

Holness' 'distasteful' comments irk PNP

Member of Parliament for East Rural St. Andrew Juliet Holness in clarifying her statement on politically marginal settlements, noted that she was casting the blame on poor leadership as the reason why some Jamaicans live in unfavourable conditions.

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By Andrew Clunis

Many people may find JLP MP and Minister Everald Warmington a very bitter pill to swallow. He is thought to be brash, combathive and uncouth and of a character many would say is not suitable for a public servant.

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Pollster, Don Anderson, says the Opposition People’s National Party is finding it difficult to attract new voters to the party.

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