Tuesday, 15 April 2014

Victoria Derbyshire Interviews about Cyril Smith on BBC Radio 5Live


A lawyer representing alleged victims of the politician Sir Cyril Smith says they'll take legal action against the Lib Dems if it's proven the party knew and didn't act. Police are investigating claims that the former Rochdale MP - who died in 2010 aged 82 - repeatedly abused children during his 40 year career in politics. 


Victoria Derbyshire




MP Simon Danczuk and aid Matt Baker

Here's a link to the Manchester Evening News article HERE

Should the Lib Dems be doing more to find out who knew what when about Cyril Smith? Nick Clegg says he would support stripping the late Liberal politician Cyril Smith of his knighthood, following accusations the former Rochdale MP sexually abused children over decades. Now a Labour MP has written a book compiling the allegations against Cyril Smith - and calling for a full inquiry into what happened. We speak to him, and to a former Lancashire detective who investigated the allegations.



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Friday, 28 March 2014

Jersey’s Dean on the historic break with Winchester

Had a Special Request.





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Wednesday, 19 March 2014

Questions without Answers. 18/03/14.



Deputy Sam Mezec.

Your first question, well done.

2. Deputy S.Y. Mézec of St. Helier will ask the following question of the Chief Minister –

 “Would the Chief Minister advise whether he is supportive of holding a Royal Commission into
electoral reform in Jersey and, if so, does he intend to lodge a proposition for consideration by
the Assembly in relation to this issue before the general election in October?”





Deputy Nick Le Cornu. Well done.

I'm going to have too apologize to Deputy Nick Le Cornu, because I had technical problems, to which I didn't know I was having. So I missed his First Question and part of Deputy Herissier Question.
I shell try and do better next time.    


8. Deputy R.G. Le Hérissier of St. Saviour will ask the following question of the Minister for Home
Affairs –

 “Given the revelations of the former Drugs and Addictions Counsellor at H.M. Prison La Moye,
could the Minister identify if and when concerns were raised about her conduct, whether it was
considered that a possible criminal offence had been committed which required the intervention
of the police and, if so, why was this person allowed to resign with no police follow up?”



9. Deputy M. Tadier of St. Brelade will ask the following question of the Minister for Home 
Affairs – 
 
 “Following his response to questions on 4th March 2014, regarding allegations of impropriety at 
the Prison circulated via an email by an anonymous whistle-blower, will the Ministers update 
Members of what subsequent action he taken in relation to this?” 



14. Deputy R.G. Le Hérissier of St. Saviour will ask the following question of the Minister for Home 
Affairs – 
 
 “Were a large number of mobile phones circulating within the Prison and allegedly linked to a 
high profile inmate and, if so, was the Board of Visitors informed and what action, if any, did it 
take?” 




(c) – Questions to Ministers without notice (30 minutes) – 
 
 
 
 1st question period – Minister for Planning and Environment 
 
 
 
 2nd question period – Chief Minister 




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Wednesday, 5 March 2014

Question without Answers, 04/03/14.


The Critical Friend?

Stephen Pallett

4. Deputy M. Tadier of St. Brelade will ask the following question of the Chairman of the
Education and Home Affairs Scrutiny Panel –

“What steps, if any, will the Chairman and his Panel be taking to satisfy themselves that adequate
safeguarding mechanisms are in place at the Prison in the light of recent allegations of
misconduct by past members of staff, and will the Chairman advise whether the panel will
undertake to conduct a review into dismissal procedures at the Prison in relation to cases where
there is evidence of gross misconduct?”





5. Senator S.C. Ferguson will ask the following question of the Minister for Treasury and
Resources –

“In light of the revaluation of the States property portfolio has the Minister taken the opportunity
to have the King Sturge report updated and, if not, why not?”




7. Deputy J.H. Young of St. Brelade will ask the following question of the Minister for Economic 
Development – 
 
“Will the Minister inform the Assembly of the total capital expenditure by the Ports of Jersey and 
its predecessors on the 1937 airport building during the last five years and since the potential 
problem of intrusion of the building into the 1 in 7 safety slope was known and state why this 
problem was not taken into account before authorizing this expenditure and whether any other 
buildings are affected?” 




8. Deputy R.G. Le Hérissier of St. Saviour will ask the following question of the Minister for Home 
Affairs – 
 
“Would the Minister outline the security checks that are applied to civilian employees working 
within HM Prison La Moye and confirm whether there have been any lapses concerning such 
employees in the last 10 years and, if so, how many have there been and what remedial actions 
were taken?” 



9. Deputy J.H. Young of St. Brelade will ask the following question of the Minister for Planning 
and Environment – 
 
“Will the Minister inform the Assembly whether he is aware of any complaints from people who 
have been the subject of enforcement proceedings for alleged infractions of the Planning and 
Building Law alleging either maladministration, unreasonable or unfair conduct of investigations, 
or improper processes by his officers and, if so, whether he has ensured that these complaints 
have been subject to independent investigation and whether disciplinary action has been taken?” 




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Sunday, 2 March 2014

John Nettles, aka Jim Bergerac tell us Nothing went on in Jersey!


Good Old Jim
 Nothing to see Here, Move along Please!

And he would know? Who couldn't get out of Lily's Bar!

Another BBC Cover Up Starting?



It was all a Dream, Thanks Jim.

You of the Great and Good?

Your Only a Actor!

You Lovely, get back in the Stalls and talk to you Skull.

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"Weasel Words" Senator Farnham and Deputy Tadier, Interviewed about the La Moye Prison


"Weasel Words" Matthew Price tries to hold Senator Farnham to account.

 


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Wednesday, 19 February 2014

Questions without Answers. 18/02/14.


"Nothing going on here at La Moye"

Should he phone a Friend ?

2. Deputy M. Tadier of St. Brelade will ask the following question of the Minister for Health and 
Social Services – 

 “Can the Minister advise whether a need for additional funding has been identified for respite 
services for families and young adults with complex needs and advise what contingency plans, if 
any, have been made, for when the present contract with Highlands Luxury Care Home 
terminates on 31st May this year?” 




3. The Connétable of St. John will ask the following question of the Minister for Economic 
Development – 
 
 “Would the Minister advise whether the current pay and conditions of Condor Ferries’ crew was 
a consideration when the decision was made to extend the company’s permit to operate car and 
passenger ferry services to and from the Island and, if not, why not, given the recent industrial 
action taken by staff?” 




7. The Connétable of St. Helier will ask the following question of the Minister for Economic 
Development – 
 
 “Would the Minister explain what steps, if any, he is taking to ensure the continuity and 
reliability of fast ferry services between St. Helier and St. Malo?” 




9. Deputy M. Tadier of St. Brelade will ask the following question of the Minister for Home 
Affairs – 
 
 “Given the Police have stated that a forensic investigation has failed to identify who was behind 
the threatening letters sent to a number of individuals linked to the case involving the former 
Deputies Pitman, can the Minister clarify whether anyone was actually interviewed and whether 
or not DNA testing was undertaken?” 




Urgent oral question – 
 
 The following urgent oral question has been approved by the Bailiff since the Order Paper was 
published on 13th February 2014. 
 
Deputy M. Tadier of St. Brelade will ask the following urgent oral question of the Minister for Home 
Affairs – 
 
 “Would the Minister advise whether a former prison employee had an inappropriate relationship with 
a prisoner at HMP La Moye and, if so, what assurances can he give that correct safeguards are in 
place so that such alleged practice may not occur in future?” 



(c) – Questions to Ministers without notice (30 minutes) – 


 1st question period – Minister for Health and Social Services 

 

 2nd question period – Chief Minister 




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Wednesday, 5 February 2014

Catholic's, The Pope and Canon Law? Richard Bacon.

The Pope holds secret files and they have there own Law?

I court this Interview today and thought it was worth putting up for other's to hear. 

Richard Bacon interviews about the Pope not releasing secret files about Child Abuse and why they didn't report abuse to the Police.

Now I've heard Senator Bailhach go on about Canon's before, but not taken much notice. But with this sorry case about HG over here in Jersey the Church of England keep going on about, we have our own Canon's. So what they are going on about is, We have our own Canon Law which is above the Law of the Land?

Well I personally think, The Church is not to be Trusted, its out of date and they are all a disgrace. 

Its all about saving there own face, at the expense of the rest. 

These people of God Abused Children?

SO

ware is GOD in All This?

 

Tuesday, 4 February 2014

Questions without Answers. 04/02/14.

5. Deputy M.R. Higgins of St. Helier will ask the following question of the Chairman of Privileges
and Procedures Committee –

 “Can the Chairman advise whether any complaints have been made to the Privileges and
Procedures Committee by the States of Jersey Police over the past 12 months against States
Members and, if so, how many complaints, what were the underlying issues and which States
Members were they made against?”




14. Deputy M.R. Higgins of St. Helier will ask the following question of the Minister for Health and 
Social Services – 
 
 “What steps, if any, is the Minister taking to facilitate a meeting between the social worker and 
the vulnerable woman who had a previous offer of a meeting withdrawn, or does she consider 
that there is higher duty care to staff within the Children’s Service than the vulnerable people 
they are supposed to support?” 



(c) – Questions to Ministers without notice (30 minutes) – 
 
 
 
 1st question period – Minister for Treasury and Resources 
 
 
 
 2nd question period – Minister for Education, Sport and Culture 



Tuesday, 28 January 2014

Interview with the Dean, by the BBC. 26/01/14.


Matthew price Interviews the Dean.


Saturday, 25 January 2014

Bob Hill Interview on the BBC.


Mr Bob Hill up dates us about the mess that the Church of England has got it's self in.


Wednesday, 22 January 2014

Questions Without Answers, Part 2. 21/01/14


I. QUESTIONS 

(d) – Urgent Oral questions 

The following urgent oral question has been approved by the Bailiff and will be asked at the present 
meeting after (c) Questions to Ministers without notice – 

 Deputy J.P.G. Baker of St. Helier will ask the following urgent oral question of the Chief Minister – 

“Could the Chief Minister confirm that by withdrawing P2/2014, he is content to have a Minister who 
has failed to be honest, straightforward and open with fellow Ministers or the States, working within 
the Council of Ministers?” 



(c) – Questions to Ministers without notice (30 minutes) – 
 
 2nd question period – Chief Minister  

 
 1st question period – Minister for External Relations 
 
 
 


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Tuesday, 21 January 2014

Questions without Answers. 21/01/14.

3. Deputy M.R. Higgins of St. Helier will ask the following question of the Minister for Home
Affairs –

 “Would the Minister explain to members why the police investigation of ‘Operation Vessel’ in
which suspected sex abusers who were allegedly grooming young girls were identified, was kept
secret since June 2012 and how this benefited the investigation and the people of Jersey?”




6. Deputy G.C.L. Baudains of St. Clement will ask the following question of the Chief Minister – 
 
 “Could the Minister advise whether the issue of Israel’s stance, in relation to a number of United 
Nations resolutions made against it, has been raised when he or other Ministers have met with 
Israeli politicians and, if not, why not?” 


7. Senator S.C. Ferguson will ask the following question of the Chief Minister – 
 
 “Given the speculation in the public arena about the Esplanade Development, will the Chief 
Minister advise whether he has asked Trowers and Hamlins to revalidate and update their report 
with particular emphasis on the update of the King Sturge section and, if not, why not?” 



9. Deputy J.A.N. Le Fondré of St. Lawrence will ask the following question of the Minister for 
Treasury and Resources – 
 
 “Further to the Minister’s statement during the debate on P.175/2011 ‘St. Helier Waterfront - 
development’, that one of the important benefits of the Esplanade Quarter was that it did not 
require any public funding, could he explain why the position has changed and why in relation to 
the public funds of £13 million provided, he considers it appropriate to provide public support for 
projects competing against private sector schemes?” 



11. Deputy M.R. Higgins of St. Helier will ask the following question of the Minister for Health and 
Social Services – 
 
 “What lessons, if any, have been learnt by the Children and Adult Mental Health Services 
following the handling of recent issues such as Haut de la Garenne and Family X and can she 
assure members that they are not failing their clients, that is, the people whom they are supposed 
to be assisting and protecting?” 



12. Deputy J.A.N. Le Fondré of St. Lawrence will ask the following question of the Minister for 
Treasury and Resources – 
 
 “Does the Minister still maintain that the public monies advanced in relation to the creation of 
underground parking in the Esplanade Quarter, will be repaid on completion of Building One 
and, if not, why not?” 

Monday, 20 January 2014

Chief Minister does a U-Turn.

This man can't stop turning? Wish he had the Balls that Thatcher Had.




Sunday, 12 January 2014

The Politics Hour 12/01/14


Christina Ghidoni on the Politics Hour, talks to Deputy Duhamel and Deputy Young. It's mainly about our Chief Minister bringing the Preposition to dismiss Deputy Duhamel as Planning & Environment Minister.

The BBC say that they want you to phone in and talk on air, but the reality is quite different. They are hard pressed reading your comments and messages, let alone letting some one on, who may just tell the truth or open the discussion up to a different angle.

Bring back the Daily Phone In. I Say?

This follows on from what Rico Sorda has posted about, which you can see http://ricosorda.blogspot.com/2014/01/attempted-political-assassination-of_12.html">HERE

          

Part 1

Part 2


Part 3


Part 4


Part 5


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Wednesday, 8 January 2014

Is Jersey the Next Rochdale?

Matthew Price tries to nail our Home Affairs Minister!


In my view it should be Senator Le Marquand, not Deputy Duhamel who's up for the chop?





Now we have an interview that Victoria Derbyshire did last month, about the Rochdale Child Abuse case, were the Police mainly took a blind eye for years at this Child Abuse?





Here is the Chief of Police for Greater Manchester.





Is that attitude common place in the Police UK Wide, or just when its to do with Child Abuse?

Some Comments and more discussion.

 

I know this interview would come in useful some time, so I recorded it. But I wasn't expecting this story to be coming out, that is just so similar to the Rochdale one, may be not the scale but all the same factors.


This is Unbelievable for little old Jersey?

Or is it?

 After what has been going on over here for years and the Government and the Police just want it covered up.

 I suppose we shouldn't be surprised?

What do you think ? Discuss.

Monday, 2 December 2013

Question's without Answers. 02/12/13.


It's all about the Dean Today, he saw no wrong, heard no wrong and got it all wrong.

But he's in the Clear?

Statement by The Deputy Bailiff.





6. Deputy J.A.N. Le Fondre of St. Lawrence will ask the following question of the Chief Minister –

 “Given that the Terms of Reference of the Steel Review clearly state that upon receipt the Bishop
of Winchester will supply a copy of the report to, amongst others the Dean and the Bailiff, can
the Chief Minister advise whether the report has now been circulated and what action, if any, he
proposes to address the way in which the matter has been handled?”





 7. Deputy M.R. Higgins of St. Helier will ask the following question of H.M. Attorney General –

 “Will the Attorney General explain whether in criminal court cases where a defence lawyer has
been appointed it is usual for defence lawyers to be present throughout all court hearings
involving questions of bail and for sentencing and, if it is not will he explain why not and
whether such proceedings would be compliant with Article 6 of the European Convention on
Human Rights?”





9. Deputy J.A.N. Le Fondre of St. Lawrence will ask the following question of the Chief Minister –

 “Will the Chief Minister be involved in the impending ‘Pastoral’ visit from Lambeth Palace, and,
if so, will he be expressing his concerns over the handling by the Bishop of Winchester of
matters concerning the Dean and indeed the resulting damage to Jersey’s relationship with the
Diocese of Winchester?”




 10. Deputy M.R. Higgins of St. Helier will ask the following question of the Chief Minister –

 “Will the Chief Minister inform Members what reasons, if any, the Jersey Independent
Safeguarding Chair gave when deciding not to instigate a Serious Case Review, despite having
consulted with the bodies involved with the arrest and welfare of the lady known as HG and
having taken advice from those bodies and was the Chief Minister advised why HG was not
interviewed before the Chair’s decision was reached?”




(c) – Questions to Ministers without notice (30 minutes) – 
 2nd question period – Chief Minister



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