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The Freundel Stuart administration has been given a failing grade by the Opposition for the way it has handled the impasse at Alexandra School.
Barbados Labour Party leader Owen Arthur signalled the poor grade yesterday, saying that after three days of teachers withdrawing their services and threats of continued and expanded industrial action, there had been no real show of leadership on the part of the Government.
“I think that what is happening at the Alexandra School is symptomatic of this really sad drift in the affairs of this country, where things that could work to the disadvantage of the country are happening but nobody is taking charge,” he told the SUNDAY SUN.
Read the full story in today’s SUNDAY SUN.

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