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Letters

THE EDITOR, Madam: Perception in Jamaica, more often than not, equals reality where public servants who breach, or are alleged to have breached the law, are concerned. Not so in Britain and other nations of the world. In 2000, then British prime...

THE EDITOR, Madam: Well, goodness knows that God really watches over all creatures. Is it possible that a Jonah may be marching on our coastlands issuing warnings to our islanders? The whale could have been reluctant, as Jonah was, but (had) to...

THE EDITOR, Madam: Doesn’t blasting its own pipeline – thus hindering the flow and sale of its own fuel to Western Europe, ergo cutting the cash flow it now needs more than ever for its military conquest in Ukraine – amount to Russia shooting...

THE EDITOR, Sir: The National Water Commission (NWC) is aware of misinformation being circulated through various media channels regarding the recently launched 45MW Mona Reservoir Floating Solar Project by the prime minister. In an effort to...

THE EDITOR, Sir: Thursday’s stabbing death of a female student at Kingston Technical High School represents an increase in the number of murders in our school system since January 2022. On March 17, 16 year old Kamal Hall, 10th-grade student of...

THE EDITOR, Sir: Almost 60 years ago, then British Prime Minister Harold Wilson said: ”A week is a long time in politics.” Those words are certainly ringing in the ears of the current British PM Liz Truss. With parliament suspended during the...

THE EDITOR, Sir: I read the letter ‘Time to decolonise education’ published in The Gleaner on September 28. The day prior, Michael Abrahams’ commentary on the legacy of slavery was in a similar vein. Although Dr Abrahams never spoke directly to...

THE EDITOR, Madam: We often talk about the silence of rape victims, and there are myriad reasons why a victim may be silent, such as fear and shame. However, the society has not done enough to give victims a voice, as the rest of us have often...

THE EDITOR, Madam: Education is one of the solid foundations on which great nations are built. Some of the current buzz words relating to education are ‘transformation in education’, ‘innovation in education’ and ‘decolonising education’....

THE EDITOR, Madam: I was watching the recent football match between the Reggae Boyz and the team from Argentina which was very instructive. Although I was rooting for the Jamaican team, I couldn’t help being mesmerised by the way Messi and the...
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