Wednesday, April 17, 2024

Opposition Leader brushes aside ‘nonsensical’ accusations


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LABELLING THEM AS nonsensical and unnecessary, Opposition Leader Ralph Thorne has condemned allegations of any impropriety on his part concerning land deeds made during the recent Budget debate.

However, the King’s Counsel says he has no intention of giving the accusations further credence and also will not be seeking any legal recourse.

“I am not going to perpetuate vile nonsense by responding to it. It is an untruthful, nonsensical, unnecessary discussion not worthy of any greater response,” he told the DAILY NATION after the opening ceremony of the Flow Oistins Fish Festival on Saturday evening. (CA)

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Carlos Atwell
Carlos Atwell
Carlos Atwell is a Reporter II with the Nation Publishing Co Limited with 18 years’ experience writing mainly news and current events stories. He has been described as “tall, dark and ridiculous” . . . by himself.


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