Living la vida con principios?

Sunday, March 17, 2019

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Principles are on The Agenda this week. In the wake of reports of politicians allegedly committing acts deemed less than honourable, columnist Garfield Higgins does a walk-through of the Portland Eastern constituency and looks at the principle of digging holes. Director of Public Prosecutions Paula Llewellyn discusses the business of integrity filing by parliamentarians, and Sir Ronald Sanders calls out the European Union for what he considers an unprincipled power play. Columnist Al Miller, just before Buju Banton's first concert since his release, writes about living the principled life. He embraces the forgiveness principle and looks to living after making errors. Spend some with these issues with The Agenda.

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