Richard Coulson—Blithering Away With Nonsense

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cialis buy rx times;”>image017Without calling his name, viagra buy doctor Fred Mitchell MP and the Minister for Immigration responded to a letter by Richard Coulson, a retired banker, who claimed  in a letter to the editor of The Tribune  on 28th July that the arbitration industry and sector in The Bahamas was failing because of the policies of immigration as administered by Fred Mitchell MP.  Describing Mr. Coulson without calling his name on 29 th  July in the House of Assembly as a “curmudgeon  who sips tea in Lyford Cay every day with nothing to do but write letters to the newspaper”, Mr. Mitchell said that allowing in lawyers to do arbitrations are  the province of the Bahamas Bar Council.  All lawyers’ applications referred to the Council and if they object then the Immigration Department follows suit.