Monthly Archives: April 2019

Jamaica’s National ID Card Programme – Costly?

I am no fan of the proposed national ID card system in Jamaica. Having worked around government databases for 3 decades, I have learnt that society has to  question a government’s desire to hold more information on its citizens. The … Continue reading

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Peter Phillips/PNP & those polls – Double Trouble?

It is no surprise that the latest Don Anderson polls has revealed that the Jamaica Labour Party (JLP) government is streets ahead of the opposition Peoples National Party (PNP). Anderson’s polling data also disclosed that Prime Minister Andrew Holness is … Continue reading

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