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Instapaper Temporarily Unavailable for users in Europe The Caribbean island of Barbados has elected its first woman prime minister since gaining independence from Britain in 1966. Mia Mottley led her Barbados Labour Party (BLP) to a crushing victory over the Democratic Labour Party (DLP). <span>Ms Mottley, a 52-year-old lawyer, is reported to have once told a teacher at her secondary school that she would become the country's first female PM. The BLP won all 30 seats up for grabs in the House of Assembly. The DLP has governed the popular tourist paradise for the past 10 years, most recently under Prime Minister Freundel Stua
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