A Barbados newspaper is considering legal action after the country's central bank has purportedly banned it from attending the press conferences of its governor, citing a "lack of professional integrity".
Bridgetown-based The Nation said on Sunday that it had received a letter from DeLisle Worrell, head of the Central Bank of Barbados, on Friday, notifying the newspaper that it would "not be invited to any future press conference or media event hosted by myself as governor of the central bank".
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