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JAMAICA NOW: JPS bill increase | JTA, Education Ministry clash | 80% want to keep buggery law | Where is Tanto Blacks?

Aug 27th, 2022 | Category: Jamaica Now | 12:00
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#JamaicaGleaner #JamaicaNow #Jamaica #JPS #NHT #JLP #PNP #AndrewHolness #MarkGolding #TantoBlacks #PoorAndBoasy #Fraud #JTA #Education AUGUST 27, 2022: Jamaica Public Service gets the go-ahead to increase charges… The Jamaica Teachers’ Association and the Ministry of Education are at odds over teacher-migration crisis… Prime Minister Holness takes on the People’s National Party over National Housing Trust subsidies change… Jamaica Labour Party Councillor for the Olympic Gardens Division in St Andrew Christopher Townsend pleaded not guilty to several fraud-related charges in the Kingston and St Andrew Parish Court… An RJRGLEANER Group-commissioned Don Anderson Poll has found that four out of every five Jamaicans or 80 per cent of the population want buggery to remain a criminal offence… Where is Tanto Blacks? The police are

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