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Ince: DLP helps poor people


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Democratic Labour Party (DLP) candidate for St George North Jepter Ince said he was surprised that John King, Barbados Labour Party (BLP) candidate for St Philip West, decided to join the BLP when he and his family are supposedly strong DLP supporters.

Ince was the first speaker at a DLP meeting at St Patrick’s, Christ Church.

He added that the DLP is always selected as the party of choice to bring the country out of a crossroads. He said that history shows that the DLP, especially during the oil crisis of 1974 to 76, helped poor people put food on the table. (SB)


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