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FNM leader Dr Hubert Minnis

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Minnis: Talk less about web shops and focus on VAT

THE government should spend less time talking about web shop gaming and more time concentrating on VAT – specifically choosing a new implementation date, Opposition Leader Dr Hubert Minnis said yesterday.

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‘Why not Keith Bell to stand in for Dr Nottage?’

OPPOSITION leader Dr Hubert Minnis is questioning why Prime Minister Perry Christie is acting as National Security Minister in the absence of Dr Bernard Nottage.

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FNM backs class action over victimisation

THE Free National Movement is backing a class action lawsuit against the PLP government over claims of victimisation of their supporters throughout the civil service.

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FNM leader Minnis outlines new vision to win over voters

THE FNM lost its appeal to the Bahamian public, its leader Hubert Minnis said before outlining a new ‘core vision’ which seeks to enforce transparency, fight corruption and improve communication.

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Minnis attacks urban renewal

URBAN Renewal under the PLP has become nothing more than a scheme for turning trained police officers into delivery boys, opposition leader Dr Hubert Minnis charged yesterday.

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FNM fires back over slush fund claims

THE FNM hit back at State Minister of National Security Keith Bell's allegation that confiscated drug money was used as a "slush fund" under the former government - claiming the minister's comments reveal he doesn't know what he's talking about.

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Outgoing minister hopeful for continuity

OUTGOING Minister Of Health Hubert Minnis is confident the new government will carry on with plans for the public healthcare sector, which are in the best interest of the people.

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Minnis sworn in as opposition leader

KILLARNEY MP Dr Hubert Minnis was sworn in at Government House yesterday as the Leader of the Opposition, pledging to go about his duties with "vigor, determination, and purpose."


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