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Who will you vote for in the local government elections?

COP
4% (88 votes)
ILP
26% (573 votes)
MSJ
1% (24 votes)
NJAC
0% (11 votes)
PNM
36% (799 votes)
UNC
17% (366 votes)
None of the above
8% (174 votes)
Hmmm...not sure
3% (74 votes)
I disagree with the premise of this question.
5% (103 votes)
Total votes: 2212

Propaganda to make spying lawful

Sunday, May 29, 2016

How much would the Government increase the national security budget to, to go to war with Isis?

War on our protective services

Sunday, May 29, 2016

Never before in the history of T&T has our protective services been under such attack.

No less than four police and army personnel have been murdered in less than one week.

What is going on in my beloved country and who is behind these attacks?

Sharing the burdens of economic adjustment

Sunday, May 29, 2016

The scenes being played out in the drama of life in T&T now resemble the epic Roman Empire, in the days when some men were gods, and lesser men served them as slaves. 

Brace yourself T&T

Sunday, May 29, 2016

Last week, we read of two raids made by our law enforcement officers—one in Central and another in the San Juan area—where several women were detained. 

Volatile mix of dissatisfaction, anger

Sunday, May 29, 2016

On the night of May 24, 2010, Patrick Manning stood before a sombre gathering of PNMites at Balisier House and made the announcement that their party had been defeated in the general election.

INTEGRITY SHAMBLES

Sunday, May 29, 2016

Last week, the Integrity Commission published a Notice in the daily newspapers providing a list of names of people in public life “who have failed to file Declarations of Income, Assets and Liabilities and Statements of Registrable Interests with the Integrity Commission.”

Cries for justice

Sunday, May 29, 2016

“We want JUSTICE!” The call has reverberated in our heads one thousand times over the last ten years from protesters, against what they consider to be unlawful, unconscionable and advantageous behaviours against them by police officers.

The Integrity Commission’s failures

Sunday, May 29, 2016

On May 25, the Integrity Commission awoke from its deep slumber and published a notice listing the names of people in public life who failed to file their declarations of income, assets and liabilities and statements of registrable interests for the years 2003 to 2014, as they were required to do

Embracing the player, redefining the game

Sunday, May 29, 2016

One of the central and most important messages conveyed by Central Bank Governor Alvin Hilaire at Friday’s presentation of the Monetary Policy Report was that the Government should implement structural policies or reforms aimed at supporting a greater role for the private sector as the T&T ec