Monthly Archives: February 2019

A Golden Period of Test Cricket

Many thought that test cricket was on its dying legs. Some were hoping the rise of T20 cricket would finally kill interest in the longer version of the game that I love. They had a convincing argument and such views … Continue reading

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Some Takeaways from the Ongoing Windrush Scandal

What next for the Afro Caribbean community in the UK following the latest set of deportations? But here are some takeaways from the ongoing Windrush scandal.  The Conservative Party is definitely back as the nasty party. The current Conservative government’s … Continue reading

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Petrojam Scandal – Winners and Losers so far

The Petrojam scandal continues to stain the Andrew Holness-led government as more information comes to light of the chaos and incompetence at the publicly run oil entity. The Auditor General’s report and public disclosures of poor governance at Petrojam has … Continue reading

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Pro-Trump Fox News Presenter Calls for Reparations for African Americans

Last Sunday evening I watched a segment on Fox News that blew me away. Yes, that Fox News. Firstly the issue was about race in America and the monologue was read by Steve Hilton. But oddly Hilton’s comments did not … Continue reading

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Jamaica’s Sports Reporting Needs Less Administration Talk

Jamaica is blessed with some of the best sport journalists you will find anywhere across the globe. In countries like Canada, UK and US many UK sports journalists tend to stay in their lane and focus on just one or … Continue reading

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