JLP Daily Action Items

February 23, 2016

JLP News
JLP’s $1.5m proposal mirrors recommendation made by private sector group in 2012

The reduction in income tax was suggested as part of comprehensive tax reform which the associations — constituted as the Private Sector Working Group (PSWG) on Tax Reform — submitted to the Taxation Committee of Parliament within a month of the new People’s National Party (PNP) Government on February 15, 2012.

T&T pollster finds momentum leaning to JLP

February 25 General Election will come down to 14 marginal seats, which a new poll conducted by Trinidad- based political scientist Derek Ramsamooj shows is leaning towards the Jamaica Labour Party (JLP).
Holness promises ‘favourable tax amnesty’ and more

Holness promises ‘favourable tax amnesty’ and more

Jamaica Labour Party (JLP) leader Andrew Holness is promising a favourable tax amnesty to collect at least $4 billion of the $50 billion in tax arrears owed to the country, if his party forms the next Government.

Holness Rebuts Matalon On Tax Proposal

Leader of the Jamaica Labour Party (JLP), Andrew Holness, has questioned Joseph M. Matalon's opposition to the party's plan to exempt workers earning $1.5 million or less from personal income tax.

PNP Lacks Accountability - Holness

Andrew Holness, the leader of the Jamaica Labour Party (JLP), has suggested that the People's National Party (PNP) must be held accountable for all its broken promises, coupled with its failure to act.

Bellwether Seat Trending GREEN - JLP Seems Set To Take St Elizabeth South West

Former Member of Parliament, the People's National Party's (PNP) Hugh Buchanan, seems set to be sent packing when the votes are counted in St Elizabeth South West come Thursday.

Juliet Set To Jump For Joy - JLP Candidate Entering Election With A Five- Point Lead

If, as is widely expected, Jamaica Labour Party (JLP) Leader Andrew Holness retains his seat come Thursday, he could walk into the new Parliament with his wife Juliet at his side.That's according to the latest Gleaner-commissioned Bill Johnson poll.