Bermuda’s new government has issued a fresh new mandate for the immigration reform working group. A statement issued today by minister for home affairs Walton Brown said that the group – formed after public protests against the former administration’s immigration proposals – will pursue a “principles first” mandate. No longer tasked to propose amendments to […]
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Government is to review a multimillion dollar lawsuit against Boston hospital Lahey clinic in what is to be the new administration’s first major test. Observers will be keenly watching the outcome of the review as the lawsuit makes unproven allegations against former Premier Ewart Brown, an ardent supporter of the governing Progressive Labour Party. Opposition, […]
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Bermuda’s two political parties made their final appeal to voters yesterday at the end of five weeks of election campaigning replete with conspiracy theories circulated through social media, a daily regime of press conferences and little substantive policy debate. The governing One Bermuda Alliance is framing the choice voters face as one between continuation of...