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Leslie Miller: Republic issue is dead talk

FORMER Cabinet minister Leslie Miller says reignited discourse about The Bahamas possibly becoming a republic is “dead talk”, adding that he doubts any significant change toward removing Queen Elizabeth II as head of state will happen during his lifetime.

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Miller attorneys ‘agree’ $10m verdict overturn

Attorneys for an ex-Cabinet minister last night said they agreed to the overturning of a near-$10m damages award against the Government because both sides are now in settlement talks.

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Miller’s Mario’s re-open faces receivership block

An ex-Cabinet minister’s ambitions to re-open his family’s business are likely to be blocked by the Supreme Court-appointed receivers for the Bank of The Bahamas’ (BOB) bail-out vehicle.

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Miller ruling reversal: No BOB, govt ‘conspiracy’

A Supreme Court judge has reversed her initial draft verdict by ruling there was “no unlawful conspiracy to deliberately injure” an ex-Cabinet minister in the breaching of five multi-million lease deals.

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'Unbelievable' gyms open but not Mario's

An ex-Cabinet minister yesterday said it was "unbelievable" that gyms have been allowed to re-open while his family's business remains closed, adding: "We don't know how much longer we can survive."

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BOB: ‘Highest risk lawsuits’ involve ex-Cabinet ministers

BANK of The Bahamas will soon know the fate of its “two highest risk litigation matters” that both involve former Cabinet ministers, its chairman has revealed to shareholders.

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'We don't know where the next dollar is coming from'

An ex-Cabinet minister says his family's business "doesn't know where the next dollar is coming from" as losses hit $150,000 per month due to COVID-19's devastating impact on the entertainment sector.

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Miller: Gov't, BOB 'acted in bad faith'

The Supreme Court has blasted the Government and Bank of The Bahamas for "acting in bad faith" and working together against an ex-Cabinet minister in breaching five multi-million lease agreements.

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Miller's lease breach damages 'over $66m'

A former Cabinet minister may seek more than $66m in damages after the Supreme Court found that the government’s lease of his shopping plaza is “valid and binding”, it was revealed yesterday.Damian Gomez QC confirmed to Tribune Business that Justice

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Ex-BEC chair: ‘Have a heart’ for Out Islands

A former Bahamas Electricity Corporation (BEC) chairman yesterday slammed plans for a mass disconnection of delinquent Family Island customers, and urged: “Have a heart”.

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Miller not the only one to sue the government

DEPUTY Prime Minister and Minister of Finance Peter Turnquest said the government will only do what is in the best interest of Bahamians as it faces lawsuits over lease agreements that have allegedly been broken.His statement came after it was reveal

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Davis ‘out of the loop’ on botched contract

FORMER Water and Sewerage Chairman Leslie Miller defended Progressive Liberal Party Leader Philip “Brave” Davis yesterday insisting in many ways the former minister of works was “left out of the loop” regarding Nassau Island Development’s receipt of a $9.6m contract with the WSC under the previous Christie administration.


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