NO TALK SHOP
Posted: Friday, September 2, 2016
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NO TALK SHOP
GOVERNMENT is confident that today's meeting with the Opposition on how to deal with crime in TT "is not going to be a talk shop."
We don't want any talk shop
Minister in the Office of the Prime Minister, Stuart Young, yesterday assured the Government was ready, willing and able to talk with the Opposition on crime but hopes the meeting does not degenerate into a talk shop or play at politics.
...Opposition very concerned
The Opposition intends to engage in a serious discussion with Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley today because it is very concerned about the crime situation, mayhem and murder.
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