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Public losing confidence in Minnis, claims Davis

PROGRESSIVE Liberal Party leader Philip “Brave” Davis said unfair application of emergency orders have caused the public to lose confidence in Prime Minister Dr Hubert Minnis. “The orders appeared to us to be driven by political convenience and pres

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PLP leader asked PM to approve wedding

PROGRESSIVE Liberal Party leader Philip “Brave” Davis asked Prime Minister Dr Hubert Minnis to waive new wedding rules for one of his constituents on Friday, but confirmation that Dr Minnis approved the request came too late for the couple to host a full-fledged wedding with more than five people.

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Davis: We need more clarity on reopening

OPPOSITION leader Brave “Brave” Davis yesterday called Prime Minister Dr Hubert Minnis’ recent announcements on the re-opening of the country’s economy a “ball of confusion”, saying more clarity is needed on the country’s travel requirements for visi

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Davis: We support worldwide protests over Floyd killing

PROGRESSIVE Liberal Party leader Philip “Brave” Davis said yesterday his party stands in solidarity with the protests across the world over the killing of George Floyd, the African American who died last week while being detained by police officers in Minnesota.

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Will local elections go ahead? asks Davis

PLP Leader Philip “Brave” Davis has called on the government to say if it intends to go ahead with local government elections set for May 20 “It does not seem to us that these elections can take place given what is happening in the country,” Mr Davi

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Davis: Former minister did not act on his own

PROGESSIVE Liberal Party leader Philip “Brave” Davis called for explanations from the ministers of aviation, immigration and finance, saying former Health Minister Dr Duane Sands did not act alone in allowing Americans to disembark in the county.

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Davis 'appalled' by promotion of lead investigator in case against Gibson

PROGRESSIVE Liberal Party leader Philip “Brave” Davis said he was “appalled” by the promotion of Assistant Superintendent Deborah Thompson – the lead investigator in the case against former Cabinet minister Shane Gibson.

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PLP leader says deal on Grand Lucayan doesn't add up

PROGRESSIVE Liberal Party Leader Philip “Brave” Davis said the Grand Lucayan’s sale to foreign interests signifies a loss of tens of millions in taxpayer dollars, vindicating the party over its long held position that government should not have purch

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Davis calls for Gibson's removal from WSC

OPPOSITION leader Philip “Brave” Davis has called for the removal of Water and Sewerage Company executive chairman Adrian Gibson – calling Mr Gibson a child and saying he is not mature enough to fill the role.

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'Leadership of Dorian reconstruction a mess'

PROGRESSIVE Liberal Party leader Philip “Brave” Davis was critical yesterday of two government bodies set up to handle relief and reconstruction in the aftermath of Hurricane Dorian. A “mess” was how Mr Davis described the leadership of Iram Lewis,

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Davis: Creation of ministry, Disaster Relief Authority delayed pace of hurricane recovery

PLP Opposition Leader Philip “Brave” Davis believes that the government’s creation of a Ministry for Disaster Relief and now a Disaster Relief Authority further delayed the pace of hurricane recovery for Grand Bahama and Abaco.

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‘LAUGHABLE’: Davis blasts govt over explanation on Pointe permits

THE government's disappointment in the ratio of foreign workers to Bahamian labour at The Pointe is "laughable," according to Progressive Liberal Party Leader Philip "Brave" Davis.

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PLP: Over-the-Hill initiative has failed

THE Progressive Liberal Party has said the Minnis administration’s Over-the-Hill initiative has failed, falling flat on benefits for businesses and residents.

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Dames' comments were 'inappropriate', says PLP's Davis

OPPOSITION leader Philip “Brave” Davis called the national security minister’s comments on Commissioner of Police Anthony Ferguson’s future “inappropriate”. During the RBPF’s annual church service on Sunday, Security Minister Marvin Dames said Commi

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Campaign finance another empty promise, says Davis

PRIME Minister Dr Hubert Minnis’ “vague” commitment to campaign finance law is the latest sign his party’s election victory was built on “empty promises and political expediency,” Opposition Leader Philip “Brave” Davis said yesterday.After Dr Minnis

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Davis criticises ACP Strachan transfer

OPPOSITION Leader Phillip “Brave” Davis criticised the government’s decision to appoint Assistant Commissioner of Police Kendal Strachan to chief of security at the Willie Mae Pratt School for Girls, saying the move does not send a good message to the police force.

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Davis dismisses Bannister claims over 2017 election

PLP leader Philip “Brave” Davis said yesterday that Minister of Works Desmond Bannister should “put up or shut up” as he called the minister’s claims of the Christie administration trying to buy the 2017 election as “disingenuous and dishonest”.Mr Ba

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Davis - we’re not chasing FNM rebels

OPPOSITION Leader Philip “Brave” Davis said the Progressive Liberal Party will not actively seek to recruit Golden Isles MP Vaughn Miller and Centreville MP Reece Chipman.

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'$10,000 not enough for household'

OPPOSITION Leader Philip “Brave” Davis said the government’s promised assistance for Hurricane Dorian’s most vulnerable victims is inadequate.“Almost ten weeks after Dorian, the government is yet to deliver on its promised rebuilding assistance of $1

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Brave - we’re heading over a fiscal cliff

OPPOSITION Leader Philip “Brave” Davis said the country is headed toward a financial crisis and that he is certain it will face a credit downgrade.

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'PLP's bond plan would not have meant higher prices'

OPPOSITION Leader Philip Davis said the Progressive Liberal Party’s rate reduction bond plan would not have resulted in increased electricity costs for most customers. Customers are bracing for an extra charge as Bahamas Power and Light moves to ref

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