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Hubert Minnis, the Prime Minister, attacked the PLP on the financial services bills which would facilitate the signing of the multilateral approach to the automatic exchange of information. But after a collegial approach in the House in which the PLP agreed with the FNM to proceed, the Prime Minister stabbed the PLP in the back by saying it was the PLP’s fault that the legislation ended up being done late. Senator Fred Mitchell was having none of it and attacked the Prime Minister’s actions in the Senate on Thursday 7 December.