Sunday, 13 November 2011

The BBC's Micro Report on The Report.

Miss Tucker gives her indepth take on the Review of Financial Management of Operation Rectangle’. With a interview with Mr Lenny Harper.

Is this it "We have reported on the Review, so now lets move on"!



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Friday, 11 November 2011

Interview about the Review of Financial Management of Operation Rectangle’.

The Interview with Deputy Pitman & Senator LaMarquand, from yesterday morning on the Radio about the Education and Home Affairs sub-panel review ‘Issues surrounding the Review of Financial Management of Operation Rectangle’.


 


 





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Tuesday, 8 November 2011

STATEMENTS ON A MATTER OF OFFICIAL RESPONSIBILITY


The Chairman of the Privileges and Procedures Committee will make a statement about the Education and Home Affairs sub-panel review ‘Issues surrounding the Review of Financial Management of Operation Rectangle’.







10 minute of Questions about Statement.

Thursday, 29 September 2011

Lime Grove Gate.

As its gone a bit quite at the minute about this mess that Senator Ozouf has got us in, I thought I’d put up some Audio of interviews that took place last week. That if you didn’t here them at the time, then you’ll properly not get to here them at all.



So now they are out there for all to here when ever the need arises.



First we have Senator Sarah Ferguson. Who only gets 22 second’s to state her case.







Then we had Senator Ozouf. Who gets 8 minutes? To state his case. In my view a bit unfair, but you know how it works!









Last one, an interview with a chartered surveyor Richard Law, which I can’t make out if he was who they thought he was. I say that because he get’s quite a good run & his Blaming Ozouf for the mess. Which, as you know is not the done thing on our BBC?

He firmly puts Ozouf at the centre of it all.






Now Have a listen to what Senator Ferguson say's on the Voice For Children Blog site. You can get there HERE I would just like to say "Thank you Senator for doing this interview, it give's us all a lift when someone like yourself takes a bit of time out to listen & talk to us. It give's us a Lift"

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Saturday, 24 September 2011

Open & Transparent Ozouf Must get Vote Changed.

Senator Ozouf. Man who say’s he like’s to be open & transparent but can’t vote for an open Ballot for our Chief Minister. Its going to be debated again In November, to get it but back to Secret Vote.






Here is Deputy Pitman's Proposition Debated last week 15/09/11.




This is what Senator Ozouf said on why it should not be a open Ballot.





Now we have what some other member's said.
Deputy Hill.




Deputy Tadier.



Senator La Marquand





Deputy Martin. Always speaks her mind!




Deputy Higgins’s




Senator Cohen.




Deputy Wimberley.





Deputy Le Herissier.





Last but not least our Great Leader Senator Le Sueur.








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Thursday, 22 September 2011

Question’s With Precise Answer’s.






Here is part of this morning’s interviews with Senator Le Gresley & Former

Senator Syvret. We all Know Stuart’s view on our Chief Minister but for our newest

Senator Mr Le Gresley to come out with what we all know about Senator Ozouf, it is so refreshing to here someone else to come out with the same views as Stuart Syvret.

He is going to get my vote that is for sure.





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Tuesday, 13 September 2011

Question's without Answer's.

2. The Deputy of St. John will ask the following question of the Minister for Treasury and Resources –


“Was an outside negotiator used to negotiate the Lime Grove purchase instead of Property Holdings staff and, if so, under what terms was the negotiator engaged and what commissions were paid?”









6. Deputy S. Pitman of St. Helier will ask the following question of the Minister for Treasury and Resources –

“Would the Minister outline for Members what the reasons were for the failed attempt to purchase the Lime Grove site for the States of Jersey Police Headquarters?”







9. The Deputy of St. Martin will ask the following question of the Minister for Health and Social Services –

“Will the Minister give details of how the million pound growth fund to improve the hospital middle grade doctor service has been spent and outline any progress regarding the new contract for these doctors, stating what the position will be in relation to those who cannot agree to provide compulsory prospective cover because their hours are already long and onerous?"







10. Deputy R.G. Le Hérissier of St. Saviour will ask the following question of the Minister for Treasury and Resources –

“What was the total cost of the negotiations for the purchase of the Lime Grove building and who was in charge of these negotiations at civil service and political levels?









12. Deputy T.M. Pitman of St. Helier will ask the following question of the Minister for Treasury and Resources –

“Does the Treasury Minister accept responsibility for the failure to purchase Lime Grove House and would he state whether there will be a possible £8 million pounds additional cost to the taxpayer and, if so, does he consider this to have been an appropriate use of public funds?”






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Saturday, 23 July 2011

Home Affairs and Education Scrutiny Panel's Resignation.

Deputy - Roy Le Hérissier give a Statement to the House.

I which he had gone deeper into the reason's why, this came to a head because what ever the Scrutiny panel do or want they are stopped by red tape or Lie's. Then it gets to the House & it gets throne out. Which makes the hole process a waste of time.


Saturday, 16 July 2011

Vote of Censure On The Chief Minister. Part 2.


After listening to Senator Ozouf, I must admit it was so predictable even Rico put it up on his Blog days before.


So here is Deputy T Pitman with the proposition against the Chief Minister & a few of the speeches.

 
 



Our Great Leader the Chief Minister's response.




Now we have Deputy Paul Le Claire.




Then Deputy Hill.




Last for now Deputy Tadier


 


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Thursday, 14 July 2011

Vote of Censure On The Chief Minister.


First I'll put up what Senator Ozouf said.


Saturday, 9 July 2011

SOS. Save Our Senator's. Debacle.


I thought I’ll bring you the debate that happened this week; it was brought to the States by Deputy Carolyn Fiona Labey of Grouville. It was to reinstate 4 Senators that were demecratitly voted out of the next Election witch is in October. The Government Party want them back because they can see there grip on the House slipping. Now this has been voted on 4 times before & the States agreed to let go of the Senators in all of them, so they are in a panic.




It was one of those debates that you may think “I can’t be bovid to listen” but I just had a feeling that it could be interesting so I recorded it & I’m glad I did.



My view is that we need 1 class of member be it Deputy or Senator. We need to get the Connetable’s out or they can be in if they also run as a Deputy or Senator as well.

I also think the Bailiff should not sit in the States, the job of runing the States could be done by the Greffier.



Now I Know there is a lot to listen to but if you have an interest in our Island & you don’t get the chance to listen to them in the big house, just listen in stages come back & carry on were you left off. But it was one of the best debates.



First of all in the morning you had the feeling that it was going to win, “the whip would have been out to get every one in line” to get the 27 votes that would of got the 4 Senators back. Finished in an hour, But with a couple of long speeches it was running towards lunch time. I can here you say “So”. Well most of the Connetable’s were going be in the Royal court in the afternoon so the Debate would lose because nearly all of them would have followed Senator Ozouf’s lead.



So the games began first a Connetable, not sure witch one called a Closser Motion to try & finish it before lunch which just lost. Then we had Senator La Marquand best speech since he came into the States. By the way I did vote for him as a Senator, I think he has let me down since getting in with the way he has handled the Child Abuse Investigation. But he sertenly showed what he can do with passion & knowledge.



Then in the afternoon when you knew the connetable’s weren’t going to be back for a while. We were getting all the one’s that were not going to speek. Senator Ozouf & Senator Cohen going into the History of the Senator, all the way back if I can remember rightly to 1066!



Then they came back, the vote came & they LOST. 26 to 25 with 1 not voting!



I will put more up if people would like. But for now this is how it went.


First Deputy Labey, put's her Proposition.






Then we had Senator Breckon.








Then we had Connetable Gallichan, who is Chair of Privileges & Procedures Committee. Who came up in the first place of get rid of the Senator's.






Then we had a Connetable from a country parish trying to close the Debate before they go to Court in the Afternoon.




Finally for now, Senator La Marquand gives his best Speech.






If you would like to listen to any more just leave a comment.

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Friday, 8 July 2011

Question Time 05/07/11.

Special request from an interested party. There seems to be something wrong with our new ATC, State of the Art, Iconic eye saw.






5. Deputy R.G. Le Hérissier of St. Saviour will ask the following question of the Minister for Economic Development –



“Why have restrictions been placed upon private aviation for the summer period and is the Minister satisfied that the new Air Traffic Control system is able to cope?”









6. The Deputy of St. John will ask the following question of the Minister for Economic Development –



“Following reports that new regulations relating to Aircraft movements are to be put in place over 3 months, is the Minister satisfied that, having spent millions of pounds on the new traffic control system, it is not going to be out of date or obsolete?”








Now good old Roger Bara at his best!! Interviewing a person that used to work at the old ATC.





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Tuesday, 5 July 2011

Question Time 05/07/11

7. Deputy T.M. Pitman of St. Helier will ask the following question of the Minister for Home Affairs–


“Will the Minister clarify how the Wiltshire investigation incurred expenses of £200,700 in staff costs; £92,000 in travel; £82,000 in hotel accommodation and £39,100 in subsistence; where were these expenses incurred (Jersey or elsewhere); what grade hotels were used; and to how many individuals do the travel, accommodation and subsistence figures relate?”









14. The Deputy of St. Mary will ask the following question of the Chief Minister –

“Can the Chief Minister explain why he maintains that the former Chief Officer of the States of Jersey Police offered, in his letter to the Deputy Chief Executive in a letter dated 31st March 2010, to fully participate in the Napier Review?”









17. Deputy T.M. Pitman of St. Helier will ask the following question of the Minister for Home Affairs–

“Will the Minister advise whether a disciplinary investigation was pending in respect of the States of Jersey Police Superintendent who recently resigned after just a few months in his post, and if so, what was the basis for this investigation and would he advise whether the officer concerned received a final salary settlement outside of his contracted entitlement?






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Thursday, 30 June 2011

Lieutenant General Sir Andrew Ridgway

Jersey's lieutenant governor has told the States that politicians lost sight of the needs of the victims in the historic abuse inquiry.




Lieutenant General Sir Andrew Ridgway gave a final address to the States.



The speech was only the second time he has addressed the States Chamber, the first was when he arrived in the island in 2006.



He was retiring on Thursday after five years in office and is moving to Devon with his wife Lady Valerie Ridgway.



'Low point'



 Sir Andrew revealed the historic abuse inquiry at Haut de la Garenne had been one of the most testing times during his time in office.



He said life in the island had reached a low point during that time.





Sir Andrew said the historic abuse inquiry was one of the most testing times during his five year term Sir Andrew told States members it had been a challenge to make sure that authorities in the UK understood what was actually going on as opposed to what they were reading about in the press.



He said: "When everyone should have been focused on that they were diverted away by these extraordinary allegations of mass murders and people attempting to exploit the situation for political purposes.



"I think that was a great shame because it distracted from the real effort, which was caring for the people who had been abused all those years ago."



Also during his farewell address, Sir Andrew said politicians should conduct themselves with more common courtesy in the States.




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Monday, 27 June 2011

Mr Harper on Jersey Radio this Morning.
















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Monday, 20 June 2011

Gradwell Leaked report.

Question's to the Home Affair's Minister.








Deputy Trevor Pitman ask's a Question.



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Thursday, 9 June 2011

Question 3, 15 & Question Time for our Chief Minister.

Question
 3. The Deputy of St. Martin will ask the following question of the Minister for Health and Social Services –


“Given that a hospital Consultant and 2 Middle Grade doctors have performed no clinical work since October 2006, December 2008, and August 2009 respectively, and that a fourth Middle Grade doctor is undertaking restricted duties only, will the Minister state how many different locum doctors have been employed to do the work of the 4 affected doctors, and what is the cost of these locums to date?”













Question
15. The Deputy of St. Mary will ask the following question of the Chief Minister –

“Would the Chief Minister confirm whether FG Hemisphere is using the courts in Jersey to enforce debt repayments by the Democratic Republic of Congo in a way which has just been outlawed by the UK Parliament and, if so, does the CM think it is appropriate for the Jersey courts to be used in this way, and what actions, if any, has he taken and does he propose to take on this matter?”











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



2nd question period – Chief Minister


Wednesday, 8 June 2011

Question's with out Answer's !


5. Senator J.L. Perchard will ask the following question of the Chief Minister –


“As Chairman of the States Employment Board, what action, if any will the Chief Minister be taking to limit the level of payment granted in a severance package to any employee of the States of Jersey who, for whatever reason, is leaving their position?”









18. Deputy T.M. Pitman of St. Helier will ask the following question of the Chief Minister –

“Will the Chief Minister clarify the exact sums paid as ‘golden handshakes’ to two civil servants, clarify who was paid which sum and explain why such large payments were considered justified?”








20. The Deputy of St. Martin will ask the following question of the Chief Minister –

“Will the Chief Minister inform Members of the cost of the investigation into my serious complaint against a senior civil servant and given that the Wiltshire Report was put into the public domain, will the Investigator's Report be made public and if not, why not?”


Friday, 8 April 2011

Good Old Terry Le Main.



Here we have one of our longest serving politian's that has been elected to serve the Puplic, by sitting in the States & listen to the debates that happen.

But here he shows his Contempt of the whole process.




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Sunday, 3 April 2011

Senator Jim Perchard Tell's us we are a shinning Light.

So Senator Jimmy Perchard tells us that Jersey is the best working Democracy in the World. So why do so many people think its Brocken then.




Have a Listen to his speech he made in the States last week when they were talking about.



States to sit 'in Committee' to discuss –

Review of the role of the Crown Officers ("Carswell Review"): ‘in Committee’ debate.

Presented: 14th March 2011.

Privileges and Procedures Committee.









Then have a Listen to Deputy Montfort Tadier of St Brelade No. 2. I’ve put it up in two parts because he did Rabbit a bit.

Part 1.



Part 2.



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Wednesday, 30 March 2011

Questions in the States. 29/03/11


4. The Deputy of St. Martin will ask the following question of the Minister for Home Affairs –


“Will the Minister inform Members of the circumstances that led to the recent abortive search of a property in St Ouen, is he satisfied that appropriate steps were taken to allay a sense of grievance and, given the difficulty in identifying addresses particularly in rural parishes, is the Minister of the view that before States Police execute searches they should liaise with the Chef de Police of the relevant parish?”







9. Senator S.C. Ferguson will ask the following question of H.M. Attorney General –

“If an officer employed by the States, when discussing a problem with a member of the public tells that person not to contact any politicians about the problem, is that officer guilty of contempt of the States Assembly?”





11. Deputy T.M. Pitman of St. Helier will ask the following question of the Minister for Home Affairs –

“Will the Minister confirm whether he was ever advised by the Chief Minister that the former Chief Officer of the States of Jersey Police had requested, on 3rd April 2010, that his response to the Wiltshire Report should be published?”




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Saturday, 26 March 2011

Talkback on the 21/03/10. Second Hour.

Right here we are as promised Christie Tucker Trying her best. I suppose at lest we had this program then, it was a two hour program with two people now only for a hour with news, weather & they play records on a Thursday evening with only one person. So there's the BBC working for the people! I think not.


Part 8.

Part 9.

Part 10.

Part 11.

Part 12.

Part 13.

Part 14.

Part 15.

So what do you think after listening to all that.


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