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Public servants and employees of
state enterprises will receive offers of
zero,zero, zero for the 2017 to 2020 ne-
Finance Minister Colm Imbert today
indicated his intention for there to be no
wage increases for public servants for
that period. Well, given the economic
times and recent imprudence of our eco-
nomic management, I never expected a
pay raise in the first place. It's only logi-
about 2014-2016? So increase in tax---
property tax---gas gone up, grocery
prices sky rocket! How ppl go live?
Doh worry, we eh vex,
we go still vote yuh! We will support if
you leave us without food! It is for our
own good, we know and understand is
because of Kamala! And we know how
to answer people for supporting yuh!
is something else. Allyuh really believe
God is ah Trini and allyuh want things
easy. I am a civil servant working in the
UK and we have been on a pay freeze for
over five years. Welcome to the real
world. And it's the same here, my pay
frozen but politicians are exempt from
the freeze even though we work for the
same employer, the Government.
Now we know times are
getting tougher... If I was to choose be-
tween getting fired or a freeze/pay cut,
surely taking the latter without thinking
Where are the protest-
ers and so-called trade union leaders
that protested every month when UNC
was in power?
Serrette quits over car $pree
Pan Trinbago vice-president Byron
Serrette yesterday resigned after he al-
legedly discovered a trail of questionable
financial transactions and a large and
growing debt within the organisation.
This is PNM country, money
to wine and dine...no accountability or
transparency. And if anyone questions
these corrupt practices just accuse them
of being politically biased or racist. If
Rowley gets a new Benz then why not
Pan Trinbago? They just following his ex-
CoP long sold on
Acting Commissioner of Police
Stephen Williams has confirmed officers
had been equipped with body cameras
even before the Police Social Welfare As-
sociation (PSWA) and Police Complaints
Authority (PCA) made the recommenda-
The police know
when to switch on the camera and when
to turn it off to their convenience. That's
a waste of time, they will rig it to what
they want the people to see.
Teen suicides worry minister
Minister of State in the Office of the
Prime Minister Ayanna Webster-Roy is
calling on parents and teachers to create
safe spaces for children to speak about
their feelings. The term "safe
spaces" is one created by a culture for
which it could be shown that suicides
and mental health problems have signifi-
cantly increased since the proliferation of
that culture. These suicides are part of a
wider social dysfunction that is responsi-
ble for crime. Ask yourselves what has
changed over this societal decline. If you
are honest you will find all the answers
to solve society's ills, including the crime
look has to be taken into the causes and
effects of school bullying.
No alliance in local polls
The Congress of the People (COP) will
not be entering into any alliance with the
United National Congress (UNC) for the
November 28 local government election.
Really hoping this party lies
down in its coffin and allows the funeral
to proceed once this election is over.
Everybody's been waiting like forever.
The priest; the attendees. Even the
Sad. UNC and
Prak destroy COP, they want quick
Makes no differ-
ence, same licks for them. Omg, I am
so relieved now that I've heard this.
And turning to the
news that really matters: Christmas
coming, bring out the ham.
PM's reputation riding
on crime plan
As a means of influencing young peo-
ple away from criminal lifestyles, Prime
Minister Dr Keith Rowley has taken the
bold step of assuming personal and di-
rect responsibility for reviving commu-
Shouldn't you have
been doing this all the time?
Excellent move. Well
done. All hands on deck.
Wasn't community polic-
ing an initiative under UNC? So Rowley
does not really have another plan.
Comedy queen Beulah dies
She was one of T&T's iconic actresses
with an infectious laugh, these were the
words used to describe Shirley "Beulah"
King, 73, who died Monday just four days
after her husband was laid to rest.
Seeing her face
brings back some great memories for
Beulah darling, RIP. Con-
dolences to all family and friends. You
will always be remembered for your con-
tributions to teaching, culture and the
Belah was an inspiration
to me while growing up and she always
had me laughing each time I see her per-
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No wage 'freeze' but 0/0/0 for 2017 to 2020
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