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Ace Ventour leaves Kamla flushed; Live Wire attends to PM

Just when you think Trinidad and Tobago’s politics has lost the capacity to surprise. Out jumps another revelation that seems so ludicrous and unconscionable that one does not know whether to laugh or cry. But enough about Jack Warner’s stunning announcement that he can find 40 people willing to lose …

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Dodgy IC resignation has Live Wire fuming… at himself!

Seriously, Tanty Kamla?! Seriously?! There are a few scenarios that set off alarm bells immediately. Jack Warner offering to provide a budget for any project, Tiger Woods hosting a bridal shower or Anil Roberts practising Spanish. Add to that an Integrity Committee member resigning within hours of an indirect brush …

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Integrity Commission: We have not finished ‘Emailgate’ investigations 

The Integrity Commission has denied any suggestion that it has completed its investigation into “Emailgate”, despite the People’s Partnership Government’s suspension of Opposition Leader Dr Keith Rowley from Parliament yesterday. Leader of Government Business Dr Roodal Moonilal moved a motion of censure against Rowley for supposedly bringing false information to …

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Revealed: President Carmona’s secret powers

It has been eleven weeks and two days since Wired868 stationed itself outside the President’s House in an effort to capture something truly extraordinary. So, why are we here? No, we did not miss the turn-off to the Emperor’s Valley Zoo; rather we are about to deliver to our readers, …

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Bureaucratic Not-So-Flash Gordon ready to probe Ashworth’s mansion

The Integrity Commission has finally agreed to investigate TOP leader Ashworth Jack’s “nice house” after a 16-month delay since THA field liaison officer Moses Thomas initially asked the body to look into the matter. Integrity Commission chairman Ken “Absolutely-Not-Flash” Gordon told the Trinidad Express that Thomas’ report did not satisfy …

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Integrity isn’t integral in these parts

The Integrity Commission publicly and erroneously named and shamed Brian Manning, son of former Prime Minister Patrick Manning, for failure to declare his assets in accordance with the Integrity in Public Life Act. Yesterday, the Integrity Commission responded publicly with a timeline of the error, which sought to lay the …

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