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NATIONAL Security Minister Edmund Dillon yesterday refused to rate his performance as minister in the face of rampant crimes and a spiralling murder rate, saying that any appraisal of his performance must be done by Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley as he…

NATIONAL Security Minister Edmund Dillon yesterday refused to rate his performance as minister in the face of rampant crimes and a spiralling murder rate, saying that any appraisal of his performance must be done by Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley as head of the government and also as chairman of the National Security Council.

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PUPILS who enter secondary school, for the first time as First Formers in the new term in September, will not be given a personal laptop as was the case when the People’s Partnership (PP) was in power. Instead, each school will receive 100 laptops which will stay on-site for use equally by all students of Forms I and II, Education Minister Anthony Garcia revealed yesterday at a news briefing at his St Clair-based Ministry.