Wednesday, 19 December 2012

Senator Bailhache Attacks everyone.



Wow we are going to Pay for this.

Senator Philip Bailhache doesn't like not getting his Own Way.


Here is a few of the Senator's comments that he delivered to everyone who had the cheek to go against him in his Quest to rule the House by spending all our Money.

I cope that the people of Jersey start seeing through this Man.


Now I thought I'd put up one of the speeches by Deputy Roy Le Hérissier he is known for sitting on the Fence put not here he saw sense & told it as it is.





Why can't the National Trust just go & look after what they've got now & stop the bitterness ?

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Tuesday, 11 December 2012

Questions without Answers. 11/12/12.


Here we go again!





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

“Will the Minister advise members whether any witness statements made by victims of child abuse that were made to, and in the custody of, the States of Jersey Police were subsequently lost and, if so, have these statements now been recovered; if not, what are the implications for victims making claims for compensation under the Historic Abuse Redress Scheme?”









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

“In view of concerns raised by a number of States Members and stakeholders, will the Chief Minister ensure that the issues of both the police hand-over of investigations and the actions of those in political power will be fully covered in the Historic Child Abuse inquiry terms of reference?”






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

“Is the Attorney General aware of any cases of alleged criminal offences committed by serving officers in the States of Jersey Police and, if so, what action if any, will he be taking to prosecute such officers to maintain or/restore public confidence in the police and to show that no one is above the Law?”








15.  Deputy M. Tadier of St. Brelade will ask the following question of the Minister for Home Affairs –

“Was the Hampshire Police investigation into the circumstances leading to the arrest of Curtis Warren and others due to be completed in December this year, and, if so, will the Minister inform Members whether the investigation has been completed and, if so, will he make the outcome known?”






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Monday, 10 December 2012

Insideout Southwest 10/12/12.



This was a snippet of the Inside-out program that was on tonight. Played on our Local radio Jersey this morning, The BBC Journalist from the program Sam Smith shows our ones how to do there job. By not letting the Minister get away with just say anything.

Mad, one minute can't then may be then he say's he will leave it to the inquiry ? It's as if they are making it up as they are going along!!

See what you think.




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Thursday, 6 December 2012

Questions without Answers. 04/12/12.



Last night at the St Helier Parish Hall, If that had been arranged by a couple of Bloggers it would of been said all over the Media that it had been loaded with Blogger's. But because it was The Chief Minister & Senator Bailhache this point is not told. Because it was full of National Trust people not the general public, I wonder how many of the 17,000 people that voted for them want this to happen?
  How can all that Money be spent on so few people! I cope it costs £16 Million & take years to complete.

Anyway back to the reason for this Post.

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


“Will the Chief Minister advise whether there any are earlier versions of the Napier report in existence other than the one published as R.132/2010 and, if so, will he agree to release these to Members?”







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

“Given that in her response to the report by the Health, Social Security and Housing Scrutiny Panel (S.R.2.Res), it was anticipated that the report of Action for Children Review would be published at the end of June 2012, will the Minister explain why there has been a delay and when it will be published?”




8.  Deputy M. Tadier of St. Brelade will ask the following question of the Chief Minister –

“Will the Chief Minister explain why the Verita recommendation (agreed by the States in 2011) to ‘review what actions the government took when concerns came to light in 2008 and what, if any, lessons there are to be learned’ has been omitted from the Council of Ministers’ proposition ‘Committee of Inquiry – Historical Child Abuse’ P.118/2012?”




11.  Deputy G.C.L. Baudains of St. Clement will ask the following question of the Minister for Education, Sport and Culture –

“Further to the recent proposals regarding parental payments for university fees, is the Minister planning to undertake additional work to ensure the correct balance is achieved?”




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

2nd question period – Chief Minister


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Friday, 23 November 2012

The New Police HQ, Cop Up ?


When I heard Senator Ozouf wanted to put the Cop Shop at Green Street Car Park, I thought it was a Joke & how right I was, after listening to Deputy Martin's Speech to her Proposition, why O why do they want it there! 

I have put this up because I think it is important that people know what's going on, I know its long but you may want to Listen or you Don't, Simples.
You take your choice.

Can't do every Proposition Debate, But I think the ones like this should be out there for all too Listen too. If they want. Hope you want this, I'll but the next one's up so we can all Here what they have said in years to come which ever way it goes! 


The Education & Home Affairs Scrutiny Panel, are not convinced of this location. 

Here is Deputy Macon who is the Chairman of the Scrutiny Panel giving his Statement to the Proposed Relocation of the States of Jersey Police HQ to Green Street Car Park.



Now we had 10 minutes of Questions.


Chief Minister ties to stop the Debate.



Then they debate on putting it back for 2 weeks.
Senator Ozouf carries on the debate. He cancelled a Jolly for this Debate Do you not Know.




Now we have Deputy Judy Martin with her speech on her Proposition. 



Police Station Relocation: review of decision.
Lodged: 2nd October 2012.
Deputy J.A. Martin of St. Helier.
P.92/2012.


Police Bikes to be Parked across the road at the Limes Lay by !



This is a good Question "Where did Green Street Site car park come from" was it Deputy Noel's Idea. He's not saying a lot?



No Room for our Parish Police ! "Are they not the one's that Charge us good people" Vans to be Parked Down at La Collette!!!



The Debate begins with the Home Affairs Minister Senator Le Marquand wanting it to come back in  2 weeks, Deputy Young has it Right, but Senator Ozouf wants it Passed NOW. 




Deputy Tadier agrees with Deputy Young.


Deputy Macon answers, Deputy of St Mary ! & then the Vote for it to go back to Scrutiny.


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Tuesday, 20 November 2012

Questions without Answers 20/11/12.

Good Old Terry Le Main.

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

“Would the Chief Minister explain why he made the statement on 16th October 2012 concerning the investigation of allegations against a former Senator in relation to planning corruption and on what basis was the statement made?”






5.  Deputy M. Tadier will ask the following question of the Chief Minister –

“With reference to the proposed Committee of Inquiry into Historic Child Abuse, will the Chief Minister confirm that Paragraph 10 of the proposed Terms of Reference will allow the Committee to review the suspension of the former Chief Officer of the States of Jersey Police and whether the suspension was because of concerns relating to the prosecution of offenders?






9.  Deputy J.H. Young of St. Brelade will ask the following question of the Minister for Planning and Environment –

“Would the Minister explain why in his public comments, he has described the development of Housing on the headland at Plémont as an ‘environmental improvement’, when the Planning Inspector’s report concluded that housing at Plémont conflicted with the Island Plan Spatial Strategy and required ‘cogent, exceptional justification’ and how he will prevent his advocacy of this proposal having a damaging effect on the future integrity of the Island Plan?”



14.  Deputy M. Tadier of St. Brelade will ask the following question of the Chief Minister –

“In the light of last week’s decision by the Minister for Planning and Environment to grant planning permission for 28 homes to be built on the site, will the Chief Minister be persisting with his proposition seeking to acquire the former Plémont Holiday Village (P.90/2012)?”




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Sunday, 11 November 2012

The BBC Jersey Way of Interviewing your Boss!


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Here I've got the Interview that John Humphies on Radio 4 did yesterday, He was interviewing his big Boss George Entwistle. Mr Hunphies does not let his Boss have a easy time & was it what made 
Mr Entwistle dramaticly resign ?



Now we have BBC Jersey Radio's Presenter Matthew Price Interviewing his local Boss about
Child abuse being Covered up in Jersey & the Local BBC playing its part in the Cover Up.
We have to remember that the States of Jersey Sacked our Chief of Police
Because he was doing his Job in Un Covering the abuse that was happening in our States Care Homes.
The Local BBC reported on the Prosecution Case against the Chief of Police But have not
Reported on the Defence Case, The BBC have had the 64,000 word Defence Case for over a Year.
Mr Gripton says he does not tell anyone what he planes to do with it!
You have had it for over a year, that tells me that you are not going to do anything with it.
Your Covering it Up.
No other way to describe what you are doing.




Why doesn't Matthew Price do proper Interviews. I think they all love there Job to much to rock the Boat.
This is no good.
John Humphries needs to come over here & do the Interviews.

Friday, 9 November 2012

BBC Radio Jersey Interviews Blogers about CoverUps!

BBC's Matthew Price Discusses Jersey's Cover Up's! Again he just wont let the Interviewees finish what they have to say! Its as if "how dare these bloggers think there Journalists,  You didn't go to Uni!"








First Interview with Ex Senator Stuart Syvret & Rico Sorda.







Second Interview Rico with Senator Ian  Le Marquand the Home Affairs Minister.



Part 1 of 2



Part 2 of 2




 Third Interview with BBC Radio Jersey's Boss Jon Gripton. Who is choosing his words well. Then Voice for Children was let on to give his views. 14 minutes in.





Forth Interview with Mick Dunn & Deputy Trevor Pitman.   Part 1




Part 2. with Comments


Fifth Interview  with John Hemming MP.



Then some more Comments.



This must of been very difficult for the BBC.

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Tuesday, 6 November 2012

Question without Answers. 06/11/12.


OK are we ready for this weeks No Answers ?



2. Deputy R.G. Le Hérissier of St. Saviour will ask the following question of H.M. Attorney General –

“Under what conditions can confidential counselling and medical information be used in open court and are current procedures consistent with the European Convention on Human Rights and Data Protection legislation







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

“Will the Minister undertake to provide in writing a detailed ‘audit trail’ identifying what items were retrieved during the Haut de la Garenne investigation, advise where they were sent for analysis, who sent/authorized them to go, who examined them, where each item is currently stored and confirm that no items from this investigation have been lost or destroyed?”





4. Deputy M. Tadier of St. Brelade will ask the following question of the Chief Minister–

“In view of allegations of political misconduct surrounding the suspension of the former Chief of Police , will the Chief Minister be proposing Terms of Reference for the Committee of Inquiry into historic child abuse that will allow it to gauge whether there was any undue political interference in policing 
matters and, if not, why not?”





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

“Will the Minister advise whether foreign writers require a special visa to enter Jersey and write about what goes on in the Island and, if so, under what piece of legislation is this administered and what was the role, if any, of his department in the exclusion of Leah McGrath Goodman from the United Kingdom on her way to Jersey?”
November 6, 2012 8:10 PM

                                     


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

“Will H.M. Attorney General advise members whether statutory powers exist to prevent journalists/tv teams/writers from entering Jersey and, if so, what these are?”



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Tuesday, 23 October 2012

Questions Without Answers. 23/10/12.

Here we go lets try & get some Answers, First up the Face of the Chief Minister's Position.





6.  Deputy M. Tadier of St. Brelade will ask the following question of the Chief Minister –

“Will the Chief Minister explain what impact, if any, the recent revelation that high profile UK
celebrities may have abused children in States of Jersey care homes will have on the Historical
Redress Scheme and the forthcoming proposals for a Committee of Inquiry into historical child
abuse in the Island?”







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

“Further to his response on 11th September 2012 that the Legislation Advisory Panel was
looking at certain aspects of the terms  of Article 3 of the Royal Court (Jersey) Law, will he
clarify whether this will include the appointment process for Jurats?”







14.  Deputy M. Tadier of St. Brelade will ask the following question of H.M. Attorney General –

“Would H.M. Attorney General explain whether the Data Protection (Jersey) Law 2005 can be
used, rather than a civil suit, to request the removal of references to an individual on a website or
blog and, if so, how this is done?”






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

“Can the Chief Minister explain why the scheme documents supplied to claimants under the
Historic Abuse Redress Scheme does not advise that the maximum cost in the case of a failed
appeal to the Independent QC on the level of assessment by the Scheme Lawyers is capped at
approximately £1,000 and is he concerned that several claimants would have appealed their
awards had that been made known to them?”








16.  Deputy T.M. Pitman of St. Helier will ask the following question of H.M. Attorney General –

“Were victims told by prosecution lawyers that they could only make statements relating to the
couple who ran Haut de la Garenne and could not name other parties who they alleged also
carried out abuse at the home, and, if so, why would this have been the case?”






2nd question period – Minister for Home Affairs






OK how did they do, did you Here any answers? Lets try again in 2 weeks !


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Sunday, 21 October 2012

Mr Harper Interviewed on the BBC State Radio.


Mr Harper Interviewed about Savile in Jersey & Corruption in the States of Jersey!

Interview by Chris Stone.






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Friday, 12 October 2012

Question 2. From 09/10/12.



Simon Crowcroft. Chairman of the Privileges and Procedures Committee.


Didn't put this Question up because of someone at the BBC pressing a button, so I got music.
This does  happen now & again, which is two many times, this wouldn't happen else where that's for shore 

2.  Deputy R.G. Le Hérissier of St. Saviour will ask the following question of the Chairman of
Privileges and Procedures Committee –


“Could the Chairman state when the Electoral Commission and the Privileges and Procedures
Committee (PPC) Sub Panel on the Machinery of Government are scheduled to present their
reports and what steps, if any, have been taken by PPC to ensure that the proposals relate to each
other?”





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Thursday, 11 October 2012

The Jersey Bus Strike.


I'm not a Union Fan AT All & when I heard about what they are earning, I was a bit up set (too put it politely). But after hearing some other points of there contracts that are not being reported about, ie losing the time that they have worked as a bus driver for Jersey Bus & Connex. So without to finer point, so they can be sacked easer. 

Are the States tiring to kill the Unions by using a British Company, This getting rid of the driver's history & they all need to do a interview. Means that CT Plus can just say to the Union top dogs "sorry you do not meet our levels" or something like that.



Right here is the Ministers Statement in Full,




Next the Questions on the Statement.





Now we had Deputy Southern with a Urgent Question.





Now this Morning we had Mr Chris Lewis From Tantivy on  the Radio. He says that Tantivy as Jersey Bus bided against CTPlus for the contract, but they priced for the contract with all the employers terms & conditions included, So he is a bit annoyed that CTPlus won the Contract without them.



So hear we go again, just another day in little old Jersey that does NOT add up.

Who Said if it Smells fishy don't touch it!!

Why are two company's biding for the same thing but one company has different terms!!!!!!!!

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