Category Archives: Opinion

The Jeff Cumberbatch Column – Illicit Property? -Civil forfeiture is here

Excessive bail shall not be required, nor excessive fines imposed, nor cruel and unusual punishments inflicted. –Eighth Amendment, US Constitution It has been a long time in gestation, a not uncommon characteristic of some Barbadian legislation, if we are to have regard to legislation such as the Employment Rights Act, the Safety and Health at Work Act, the Integrity in

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The Grenville Phillips Column – Speaking Truth to Power

‘Speaking truth to power’ is a phrase that been adopted by the most partisan of us.  They use it to convince the public that they are non-partisan observers who can remain silent no longer.  They claim to be principled individuals who are compelled to speak against the governing administration regardless of the personal consequences. It appears like a noble quest,

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The Adrian Loveridge Column – Today’s Savy Tourist

All indications are that many of our visitors are becoming even more savvy or perhaps better described as creative in how they actually book and pay for holidays, tourism services and the various type of accommodation offerings. One such area of usage and growth are websites like TopCashback currently with separate operational entities in both the United Kingdom and United

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