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Saturday, June 6, 2020

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Tim Foy replied: “When we put the budget through, ahead of covid-19, we knew what our expenditure was going to be – about 240 million EC dollars with revenue around 250 million. The UK Government said to Anguilla: ‘keep your expenditure at 240 million; don’t cut the budget…because you need to pay the teachers, [the civil servants], the police and all of that. But you may need to move some of your money around…to meet the additional cost of social security [payments] and the unemployment benefits. That is what the Anguilla Government has done. It has simply reallocated within the 240 million dollars. The UK Government has said that it will top up the difference between what Anguilla expected to realise in revenue and what it actually realises. So nobody said Anguilla needed to cut the budget. Things are different so we need to spend the money slightly differently” External link

anguillian Tuesday, May 26, 2020 10:31:00 PM CEST

Tim Foy responded: “I haven’t done it. Who has done it, is Anguilla and that’s the key thing. We managed collectively to work together and to build confidence and trust. It is Anguillian contractors, the ministries and the departments. It is them who should feel proud, and I hope they do” External link

anguillian Tuesday, May 26, 2020 10:31:00 PM CEST

Tim Foy noted: “This year’s National Day of Prayer comes at a time of extreme challenge and hardship for many families throughout Anguilla, as we face the social and economic impact of COVID-19. It also comes as a great time of challenge to the people of the United Kingdom who have just sadly passed the grim milestone of 32,000 deaths. But here at home, once again, Anguilla has been tested — and once again she has risen to the challenge magnificently, powered by an engine of resilience that is fueled by prayer, faith, kindness and solidarity” External link

anguillian Tuesday, May 26, 2020 9:46:00 PM CEST

Maria Hughes said: “We will be going back into the public,” External link

anguillian Monday, May 18, 2020 8:54:00 PM CEST

Mr Banks explained (about Mr Speaker): “Mr. Speaker, I made that introduction to this Act because of our quest to find ways and means to fund the impacts of this pandemic on our people over the next nine months. It will include the support of 20.4 million dollars for persons who are unemployed, whether or not they have paid social security, because after six months in this situation we have to fill the gap…” External link

anguillian Monday, May 18, 2020 8:54:00 PM CEST

Mr Banks added: “We have not determined whether or not that [public service salaries reduction] will happen and at what time. This Act, by being passed, does not say it will happen on the first of July, or the first of August, or that it will happen at all. But it says that this facility is in place given the uncertainty of the times and the unlikely event that we will be brought back to this Honourable House to carry out something like this, when we have already have in place the wherewithal to make it happen” External link

anguillian Monday, May 18, 2020 8:54:00 PM CEST

Courtney Morton said: “If we can judge from the success and feedback of the event, we believe that our campaign is in a good place,” External link

anguillian Monday, May 18, 2020 8:08:00 PM CEST

Paul Morrison observed: “This is the Commandant’s parade that is usually held part way during the training to check on the drills and the discipline of the officers. It was very, very impressive – marching without music and carrying out, which I thought, were very complex moves. They looked very smart, making us so proud. If we have the Anguilla Day Parade they will have to join with the other contingencies taking part in the event” External link

anguillian Monday, May 18, 2020 6:36:00 PM CEST

Mr Kelly told: “Today, we are donating medical supplies to the hospital through our affiliation with MATTER, which is a large medical NGO based in Minnesota which provides health assistance to many countries,” External link

anguillian Wednesday, April 8, 2020 9:58:00 PM CEST

Mr Kelly replied: “I have no idea what the price is but we are just happy that MATTER was able to donate them. With our affiliation,we are going to make some more calls and willmake sure that the hospital has enough stock for a couple of months” External link

anguillian Wednesday, April 8, 2020 9:58:00 PM CEST

Maria Hughes said: “We are awaiting four more machines so that each polling station can have its own machine,” “For instance, we have two polling stations in Road North so each of them will have a tabulating machine. There is a need for 20 machines” External link

anguillian Tuesday, March 24, 2020 6:22:00 PM CET

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