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Sweet talk from Kamla? Chamber wants more details on Tobago plan

THE Tobago Business Chamber has expressed mixed views about Opposition Leader Kamla Persad-Bissessar's plan for Tobago if the United National Congress returns to government after next year's general election. "The Tobago Business Chamber is always open and receptive to ideas and plans for the development and improvement of business and business persons in Tobago and in that regard, some of the initiatives proposed by the Opposition Leader for Tobago, in her budget response, appear attractive while others appear to be broad blandishments on sound-bites and well-worn talking points with no real details or substance, amplified to elaborate on the operationalisation of...

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TTRNA issues pre-action protocol to health minister

THE TT Registered Nurses Association, through its attorneys Martin George and Company, has issued a pre-action protocol letter to Health Minister Terrence Deyalsingh after he re-appointed former president of the TT Nursing Council David Murphy. His term ended in April. President of the TTRNA Idi Stuart said the president of the council is supposed to be elected by the nurses and mid-wives. He said the minister knew the former president to be problematic and was aware the nursing association did not want him on the council. He said the TTRNA's members were "shocked" that the minister took such action. Stuart said...

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Nurses send Health Minister pre-action protocol letter

Min­is­ter of Health Ter­rence Deyals­ingh has been served with a pre-ac­tion pro­to­col let­ter as mul­ti­ple nurses as­so­ci­a­tions in the coun­try are seek­ing to over­turn what they con­sid­er an “un­eth­i­cal” ap­point­ment to the Nurs­ing Coun­cil of Trinidad and To­ba­go. The Trinidad and To­ba­go Reg­is­tered Nurs­es As­so­ci­a­tion, the Psy­chi­atric Nurs­es As­so­ci­a­tion of Trinidad and To­ba­go and the Trinidad and To­ba­go As­so­ci­a­tion of Mid­wives is­sued the let­ter to the Min­is­ter through their at­tor­ney Mar­tin George. Their con­tention; the Min­is­ter’s de­ci­sion to name David Alexan­der Mur­phy as one of his six ap­pointees to the Nurs­ing Coun­cil. The Min­istry ap­point­ed Mur­phy as a mem­ber of the coun­cil on...

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George: Make Tobago VAT free

The To­ba­go Busi­ness Cham­ber is call­ing for the re­moval of Val­ue Added Tax (VAT) from goods on the is­land. “If the 12.5 per cent VAT is re­moved it will en­cour­age greater in­vest­ment in To­ba­go. Per­sons will come and set up busi­ness­es or come to re­tire,” Cham­ber head Mar­tin George said in an au­dio re­sponse to the 2019/2020 Bud­get. George, who had mixed re­views to the bud­getary mea­sures an­nounced by Fi­nance Min­is­ter Colm Im­bert on Mon­day, ap­plaud­ed the in­crease in wages for CEPEP and URP work­ers but crit­i­cised the lack of ac­tion on the For­eign In­vest­ment Act which re­stricts the acreages of land,...

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TOBAGO BUSINESS CHAMBER and its Chairman Martin George teamed up with the Indian High Commission

TOBAGO BUSINESS CHAMBER and its Chairman Martin George teamed up last week with the Indian High Commission, bringing together a team of high powered Tobago Business persons to discuss and brainstorm business ideas and economic solutions for Tobago. Indian High Commissioner Ambassador Sahu and his entourage flew over to Tobago and shared dinner, good conversation and business ideas with Business Executives from Pennysaver's Supermarket, Martineau Construction and Transport, Buccoo Town Centre & Atlantic on the Edge Townhouse Development, Singh's Hardware and Construction and a representative from the Education sector in Tobago. Emerging from the discussions the High Commission expressed interest in setting...

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Nursing Council to get lawful quorum

The operations of the Nursing Council of T&T are set to resume, later this week. During a hearing of a lawsuit brought by ousted council president David Murphy at the Hall of Justice in Port-of-Spain, yesterday morning, a representative of the Ministry of Health informed High Court Judge Frank Seepersad that six members of the council are expected to be appointed by Wednesday. The official stated that Health Minister Terrence Deyalsingh had received Cabinet approval for the appointments and was in the process of sending letters to the appointees. The move, which was encouraged by Seepersad during a previous hearing, last month, will...

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George: Tobago’s slice will only pay wages and bills

TOBAGO'S $2.23b slice of the $53b national budget will be enough to only pay wages and bills according to Martin George, interim chairman of the Tobago Business Chamber. Speaking hours after Finance Minister Imbert delivered his fifth budget on Monday, George told Newsday that after the THA uses 90 per cent of the allocation for recurrent expenditure, Tobago will not have enough money for critical development in the next fiscal year. "So what will there be for capital expenditure, infrastructural development and investment in building up the business capacity of Tobago," George asked. "We would have hoped there was a greater emphasis...

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The Queen v Barking Youth Court

Case No: CO/4862/2001 Neutral Citation Number: [2002] EWHC 734 (Admin) IN THE HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE ADMINISTRATIVE COURT Royal Courts of Justice Strand, London, WC2A 2LL  Wednesday 17th April 2002 Before : LORD JUSTICE MAY and THE HON. MR JUSTICE WRIGHT - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - In the matter of an application for Judicial Review   The Queen on the application of P (a minor       (by the Official Solicitor, his litigation friend)     Versus Barking Youth Court   The Crown Prosecution Service (Interested Party)   - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - (Transcript...

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R v B

Judgments R v B Criminal law - Trial - Fitness to plead - Voyeurism - Defendant suffering from autistic spectrum disorder - Defendant using changing room cubicles at sports centre - Two mothers alleging that whilst sons changing into swimming trunks, defendant observing naked sons - Defendant charged with two counts of voyeurism - Judge ruling defendant not fit to plead or stand trial - Judge ruling all prosecution required to prove in each case was that defendant had observed boy doing private act - Judge giving direction to jury to that effect - Jury subsequently determining defendant had committed 'the act...

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