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Democratic Labour Party | 2008 - 2010
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CABINET COMPOSITION
The Cabinet consists of ministerial heads of departments and is chaired by the Prime Minister.
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Composition by Role
Ministers 16
Ministers of State 2
Parliamentary Secretaries 3
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Ministers by Gender
Men 16
Women 2
CABINET TIMELINE
shuffle Cabinet Reshuffle
1 October 2010
Prime Minister David Thompson announced a reshuffle of his Cabinet.
As of 1 October 2010
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Photo Prime Minister and Minister of National Security Hon. David THOMPSON, MP
Photo Deputy Prime Minister, Attorney General, and Minister of Home Affairs Hon. Freundel Jerome STUART, QC, MP
Photo Minister of Finance and Economic Affairs Hon. Christopher Peter SINCKLER, MP
Photo Minister of Education and Human Resource Development Hon. Ronald Dacosta JONES, MP
Photo Minister of Health Hon. Donville O’Neil INNISS, MP
Photo Minister of Agriculture, Food, Fisheries, Industry and Small Business Development Dr the Hon. David Cleveland ESTWICK, MP
Photo Minister of Housing, Lands, Urban and Rural Development Hon. Michael Andrew LASHLEY, MP
Photo Minister of Tourism Hon. Richard Llewellyn SEALY, MP
Photo Minister of Social Care, Constituency Empowerment and Community Development Hon. Steven Decourcey BLACKETT, MP
Photo Minister of Transport and Works and Leader of the House of Assembly Hon. John  David Edward BOYCE, MP
Photo Minister of Drainage, Water Resource Management and Environment Dr the Hon. Denis Stephenson LOWE, MP
Photo Minister of Family, Culture, Sports and Youth Hon. Stephen Albert LASHLEY, MP
Photo Minister of Labour Hon. Esther Rosenna BYER-SUCKOO, MP
Photo Minister of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade Senator the Hon. Maxine Pamela Oneta McCLEAN
Photo Minister of International Transport and International Business Hon. George HUTSON, MP
Photo Minister of Commerce and Trade Senator, the Hon. Haynesley BENN
Photo Minister of State in the Office of the Prime Minister with responsibilities for Energy, Immigration, Telecommunications and Investment Senator the Hon. Darcy Wilton BOYCE
Photo Minister of State in the Ministry of Housing, Lands, Urban and Rural Development with responsibilities for Urban and Rural Development Hon. Patrick Martin Tyrone TODD, MP
Photo Parliamentary Secretary in the Ministry of Health Senator Irene SANDIFORD-GARNER
Photo Parliamentary Secretary in the Office of the Prime Minister Senator Harcourt HUSBANDS
Photo Parliamentary Secretary in the Ministry of Economic Affairs Senator Jepter INCE
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CABINET COMPOSITION
The Cabinet consists of ministerial heads of departments and is chaired by the Prime Minister.
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Compositon by Role
Ministers 15
Ministers of State 3
Parliamentary Secretaries 1
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Ministers by Gender
Men 16
Women 2
CABINET TIMELINE
shuffle Cabinet Reshuffle
22 November 2008
Prime Minister David Thompson announced a reshuffle of his Cabinet. The reshuffle saw only five of Barbados, thirteen cabinet positions remain unchanged.
As of 22 November 2008
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Photo Minister of Finance & Investment, Labour, Civil Service & Energy Hon. David THOMPSON, MP
Photo Deputy Prime Minister, Attorney General, Minister of Home Affairs Hon. Freundel Jerome STUART, QC, MP
Photo Minister of Social Care, Constituency Empowerment, Rural & Urban Development Hon. Christopher Peter SINCKLER, MP
Photo Minister of Education & Human Resource Development Hon. Ronald Dacosta JONES, MP
Photo Minister of Health Hon. Donville O’Neil INNISS, MP
Photo Minister of Economic Affairs & Empowerment, Innovation, Trade, Industry & Commerce Dr the Hon. David Cleveland ESTWICK, MP
Photo Minister of Housing & Lands Hon. Michael Andrew LASHLEY, MP
Photo Minister of Tourism Hon. Richard Llewellyn SEALY, MP
Photo Minister of Community Development & Culture Hon. Steven Decourcey BLACKETT, MP
Photo Minister of Transport & Works Hon. John  David Edward BOYCE, MP
Photo Minister of the Environment, Water Resources & Drainage Dr the Hon. Denis Stephenson LOWE, MP
Photo Minister of Family, Youth Affairs & Sport Hon. Esther Rosenna BYER-SUCKOO, MP
Photo Minister of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade Senator the Hon. Maxine Pamela Oneta McCLEAN
Photo Minister of International Transport & International Business Hon. George HUTSON, MP
Photo Minister of Agriculture Senator, the Hon. Haynesley BENN
Photo Minister of State: Finance, Investment, Telecommunications & Energy Senator the Hon. Darcy Wilton BOYCE
Photo Minister of State: Education & Human Resource Development Hon. Patrick Martin Tyrone TODD , MP
Photo Minister of State, Ministry of Labour & Immigration Senator the Hon. Arnie WALTERS
Photo Parliamentary Secretary in the Prime Minister’s Office Senator Irene SANDIFORD-GARNER
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CABINET COMPOSITION
The Cabinet consists of ministerial heads of departments and is chaired by the Prime Minister.
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Compositon by Role
Ministers 14
Ministers of State 4
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Composition by Gender
Men 16
Women 2
CABINET TIMELINE
20 January 2008
Prime Minister David Thompson announced his new Cabinet following the victory of the Democratic Labour Party (DLP) in the 15 January 2008 General Election. He named an 18-member cabinet which was sworn in on 20 January 2008. 
As of 20 January 2008
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Photo Prime Minister and Minister of Finance, Economic Affairs & Development, Labour, Civil Service & Energy Hon. David THOMPSON, MP
Photo Attorney General and Minister of Home Affairs Hon. Freundel Jerome STUART, QC, MP
Photo Minister of Foreign Affairs, Foreign Trade & International Business Hon. Christopher Peter SINCKLER, MP
Photo Minister of Education & Human Resource Development Hon. Ronald Dacosta JONES, MP
Photo Minister of State, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Foreign Trade & International Business Hon. Donville O’Neil INNISS, MP
Photo Minister of Health, National Insurance & Social Security Dr the Hon. David Cleveland ESTWICK, MP
Photo Minister of Housing and Lands Hon. Michael Andrew LASHLEY, MP
Photo Minister of Tourism Hon. Richard Llewellyn SEALY, MP
Photo Minister of Community Development & Culture Hon. Steven Decourcey BLACKETT, MP
Photo Minister of Transport, Works and International Transport Hon. John  David Edward BOYCE, MP
Photo Minister of Social Care, Constituency Empowerment & Urban Development Dr the Hon. Denis Stephenson LOWE, MP
Photo Minister of Family, Youth Affairs, Sport & Environment Hon. Esther Rosenna BYER-SUCKOO, MP
Photo Minister of Trade, Industry & Commerce Hon. George HUTSON, MP
Photo Minister of Agriculture & Rural Development Senator, the Hon. Haynesley BENN
Photo Leader of Government Business in the Senate and Minister of State in the Prime Minister's Office Senator the Hon. Maxine Pamela Oneta McCLEAN
Photo Minister of State in the Prime Minister's Office with special responsibility for Finance and Energy Senator the Hon. Darcy Wilton BOYCE
Photo Minister of State, Ministry of Social Care, Constituency Empowerment & Urban Development Hon. Patrick Martin Tyrone TODD , MP
Photo Minister of State in the Prime Minister's Office with special responsibility for Employment, Labour Relations & The Social Partnership Senator the Hon. Arnie WALTERS
BUDGETS PRESENTED UNDER THE DAVID THOMPSON ADMINISTRATION learn more
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Download 2009 Financial Statement and Budgetary Proposals 2009, Presented by Hon. David Thompson, Prime Minister and Minister of Finance, 18 May 2009
Download 2008 Financial Statement and Budgetary Proposals 2008: Responsive and Responsible, Presented by Hon. David Thompson, Prime Minister and Minister of Finance, 7 July 2008
    All Budget Statements for Barbados »
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