DLP leader says welfare and education systems broken

DLP leader says welfare and education systems broken

Democratic Labour Party (DLP) president Dr Ronnie Yearwood believes this country’s broken systems of social welfare and education are indirectly fuelling generational poverty and filling the prison.

He provided that assessment while fielding questions about his vision for Barbados over the next five years, while at the party’s United Kingdom branch.

Referencing the DLP’s election proposal for implementing a universal basic income, he criticised what he considers a system of “handout politics”.“I would like to see our welfare system reformed. I would like to see, for example, there being clear chances to move people from where they are to another place,” […]

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