PLP Chair: Lunch Stalwart Cynthia Donaldson In Freeport, Grand Bahama

A delightful time was had by all as Cynthia Donaldson, mother of Allison Smith and one of Senator Fred Mitchell’s best friends in Eastern Junior ( now Palmdale Primary ) prepared delicious pumpkin soup. We all had two helpings, followed by guava tarts… wonderful time to talk public policy. Mrs Donaldson is Stalwart Councillor of […]

PLP Leader Congratulates Leader of PNP Jamaica And New PM Belize

The following statement was issued by Leader of the Opposition Philip Brave Davis: For Immediate Release 13 November 2020 I congratulate the incoming Prime Minister of Belize, the Hon. Johnny Briceño, leader of the People’s United Party (PUP), on his general election victory yesterday.  I also congratulate Hon. Mark Golding on his election victory to […]


The FNM is a homophobic organization. To be sure there are homosexuals aplenty in the party but they hide their light under a bushel. The talk around town is that the Competent Authority sent out a decree last year to all those who had their eyes on FNM nominations for Parliament that they had better get married. The exception to the rule is Travis Robinson of course. But that is one and done. The past is the past.

Fox Hill Community Centre’s Lights Are Off

Once again The Bahamas Power and Light Company disconnected the lights of the Fox Hill Community Centre. The Community Centre suffers because the Member of Parliament for the area Shonel Ferguson is unable to properly do her job protecting the legacy of the constituency left by George Mackey and more recently by Senator Fred Mitchell.


Leader of the Opposition Philip Davis with Deputy Leader of the Progressive Liberal Party Chester Cooper and Senators JoBeth Coleby Davis and Michael Darville with PLP Chair Senator Fred Mitchell laying a wreath to commemorate the fallen at the Cenotaph 12 November 2020. The Leader’s statement delivered for Remembrance Day: Good afternoon to all. Thank […]