The DLP Democratic Labour Party Barbados (UK) is holding a function on January 28, 2012 at Pembroke House, 9 Roehampton Gate, London SW15 5JR. The price of admission is 20 pounds.
An anonymous source forwarded us a copy of an email sent to Prime Minister Fruendel Stuart, asking the PM “Misuse of government property, is this legal???????”
We’ve been unable to determine if Pembroke House, 9 Roehampton Gate, London is a Barbados government property, but if it is then the event should be moved or cancelled. It is unethical to use government facilities for a political party function. Most countries have rules against this type of thing, but alas, Barbados has no rules at all when it comes to elections financing, conflicts of interest or the use of government facilities for party politics.
Above is the photo of Pembroke House taken from Google – at least we think it’s #9 Roehampton Gate.
The sidebar contains the function notice sent out by the DLP Barbados (UK). Click on the photo for the large version.
How about it, readers… does anyone know if Pembroke House is a Barbados Government property?
Here is the email originally sent to Prime Minister Stuart and others.
We’ve removed the email addresses and date & time it was sent…
Date: Jan ?, 2012 at ??????
Subject: Misuse of government property
CC: mmcclean@???, cburnette@???
Dear Prime Minister,
Misuse of government property, is this legal???????