In inquiry, ex-top cop Matthews slams barge plan


During a hearing before the Commission of Inquiry last month, former Police Commissioner Michael Matthews slammed the government’s decision to rent three barges to help patrol the territory’s borders in the Covid-19 pandemic.

Mr. Matthews — who said $2 million was allocated for the security plan

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Speaker defends lawmakers’ COI response

Two days after the Commission of Inquiry again criticised the government for failing to provide complete information on request, Speaker of the House Julian Willock issued a statement on June 4 claiming that members of the House of Assembly have been cooperating fully with the body. In his June 2