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National Union of Public Workers (NUPW) President Walter Maloney (centre) in conversation with NUPW General Secretary Dennis Clarke and NUPW Second Vice-President Margo Bannister (left) outside of BCC’s main entrance.
 
 
   
Turned away!
President of the National Union of Public Workers (NUPW), Walter Maloney, has expressed dismay at the presence of police officers at the entrance to the Barbados Community College (BCC) when they arrived for a meeting there yesterday.

Maloney, along with NUPW General Secretary Dennis Clarke, were denied entry into the BCC yesterday morning when they turned up at the main entrance of the educational institution for a 9:30 am meeting with staff who are members of the union.

During their attempts to enter, both gentlemen were turned away by the campus’ chief of security. Looking on during the encounter were officers from the Royal Barbados Police Force, who stood on the inside of the gates.

This is second occasion NUPW representatives were denied entry. On Thursday, they were also initially refused entry into the campus when they arrived for a meeting they had organised with staf...

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