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Holness continues as JLP leader

Jamaica Leader Party leader Andrew Holness was affirmed as head of the opposition party on Monday afternoon during a special meeting involving JLP Members of  Parliament at the party’s Belmont Road headquarters.

Court rules against Holness - Accepts decision

KINGSTON, March 26, 2015 - Jamaica’s Appeal Court in a unanimous decision yesterday said it agreed with the findings of the Constitutional Court that the pre-signed letters used by Opposition Leader Andrew Holness to remove two senators was unconstitutional and invalid.

Holness not fit to lead' say senior JLP leaders

JAMAICA OBSERVER,  March 15, 2015 - A faction of prominent members within the Jamaica Labour Party (JLP) is now contending that disciplinary action should be taken against their leader, Andrew Holness, for "bringing the party into disrepute" with what they described as his trail of missteps and poor decision-making.

Supreme Court to rule on Senate Impasse

KINGSTON, February 24, 2015- Clerk to the Houses of  Parliament Mrs. Heather Cooke, has filed an application in the Supreme Court on Monday  asking for a determination on the status of  Arthur Williams and Dr. Christopher Tufton who have resumed their seats in the Senate.

Pressure on Holness to resign in light of court decision

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.

JLP blocked from removing NW St. Ann caretaker

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.

Holness and JLP want to retain Privy Council

KINGSTON, November 17, 2014 - Jamaica’s Opposition Jamaica Labour Party has again changed its position and will not be supporting the governments attempt to establish the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) as Jamaica's final court of appeal when the House of Representatives begins debate on three Bills that will decide the matter on Tuesday.
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