The governing People’s National Party (PNP) and the opposition Jamaica Labour Party (JLP) are locked in a near dead heat, according to the latest Don Anderson poll, commissioned by the RJR Communications Group.
OPPOSITION Leader Andrew Holness's defence of the house that he and his wife Juliet are building in Beverly Hills, St Andrew has created more unease inside the Jamaica Labour Party (JLP) and appears to have placed the political organisation on a collision course with some of its more affluent donors.
KINGSTON, April 15, 2015 - There is more disquiet in the Jamaica Labour Party as Gregory Mair who represents the St. Catherine North Eastern constituency has written to party Chairman Robert Montague complaining that Sharon Hay Webster, an aide to Opposition Leader Andrew Holness, is making efforts to unseat him.
KINGSTON, February 9, 2015 - In spite of a public apology to former senators Arthur Williams and Christopher Tufton at the Boulevard Baptist Church in St. Andrew yesterday, there is increased pressure on Opposition Leader Andrew Holness to resign in light of the Constitutional Court ruling against him.
KINGSTON, Jamaica, January 22, 2015 - Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller has told members of the Opposition JLP in the house, that they have three months in which to rethink their position on whether they will support the Bills making the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) the final court of appeal for Jamaica.
KINGSTON, Jamaica – The Supreme Court on Monday issued a 28 day injunction, barring the Jamaica Labour Party from removing Othneil Lawrence, former North West St Ann Member of Parliament, as caretaker for the constituency.
KINGSTON, Jamaica November 28, 2014 - The Supreme Court has granted an injunction blocking the opposition Jamaica Labour Party (JLP) from removing former North West St Ann Member of Parliament, Othneil Lawrence, as caretaker for the constituency.
KINGSTON, Jamaica Nov. 25, 2014- Cabinet has decided to retain the existing Board of the National Housing Trust (NHT) in defiance of the Jamaica Labour Party's demand that the entire Board be fired over the purchase of the Orange Vale property in Trelawny.