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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Wednesday, 27 November 2013

Journalist Jeremy Scahill gets interviewed on BBC Radio 5 Live.

Jeremy Scahill discusses covert operations in the context of US foreign Policy.


Court this today on Radio 5 Live and thought that people over here would like to hear it, because he's doing what I wish our so called Journalist over here did and tell us the Truth, not just what they get told too report by our Government.


Monday, 25 November 2013

The Minister for Planning and Environment gives a Interview to the BBC.


 Deputy Duhamel.


 Christina Ghidoni Interviews the under fire Planning and Environment Minister, to get his side to the moves that are going about to remove him.

And who pops up to give his point of view, the man who's got the biggest knifes Deputy Power.


Has this man got no Shame?




Tuesday, 19 November 2013

Questions without Answers. 19/11/13.




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

 “Would the Minister inform Members whether there is a set procedure in place for when Courts
‘bind over’ convicted persons from Jersey to the UK and, if so, was the lady known as HG’s
removal from the Island within the set procedure?”



Sorry Had a Technical Problem with the rest of the sitting. 



7. Deputy G.C.L. Baudains of St. Clement will ask the following question of the Chief Minister – 
 
 “Give that the Council of Ministers gave its unequivocal support for the Minister for Transport 
and Technical in its recent comments on P.129/2013 (vote of censure), would the Chief Minister 
advise whether such support applies to all his Ministers and, if not, which ones does he not 
support?” 





 
 8. Deputy M.R. Higgins of St. Helier will ask the following question of the Chief Minister – 
 
 “Would the Chief Minister support calls by the former Director of Public Prosecutions Keir 
Starmer for a change in the Law to make it mandatory for all persons in authority, or who have 
responsibility in relation to children, to report child abuse where they believe that a child has 
been abused or is about to be abused under penalty of imprisonment or a fine and, if not, why 
not?” 





 
 9. Deputy J.M. Maçon of St. Saviour will ask the following question of the Minister for Education, 
Sport and Culture – 
 
 “When will the internal review into the serious incident at Le Rocquier School involving a 
starting pistol be completed and what access, if any, will States Members have to this report?





10. Deputy M.R. Higgins of St. Helier will ask the following question of H.M. Attorney General –
 
 “Will H.M. Attorney General be adopting the new Crown Prosecution Service guidelines relating 
to the prosecution of very difficult child abuse cases, particularly those that make clear that the 
focus for prosecutors must be on the credibility of the allegation being made and underline that 
the task is to build strong cases by linking evidence rather than failing to bring cases because of 
perceived weaknesses in the victim?” 





2nd question period – Minister for Planning and Environment 




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Monday, 18 November 2013

The BBC's Matthew Price is at it Again?

Matthew Price of BBC Radio Jersey Interviews Deputy Shona Pitman.



The BBC just will not let the Truth come out, Deputy Shona Pitman was supposed to of had 10 Minutes to put her side of the story to what Deputy Power was incinerating was week.




Please tell me, am I just getting all this wrong and the BBC are doing these interviews the Right way.

Or is it that they are in with them all, trying to get rid of the Pitman's?




Saturday, 9 November 2013

BBC Radio Jersey Interviews MP John Hemming.


Jen Smith.

Another Example of BBC Radio Jersey at it's useless Best!

Interviewing Birmingham MP John Hemming.

Please someone tell me why do the BBC do the Governments work and not the peoples work, 
That it should be telling us the Full Story ?

Why do we have to put up with this Third Rate Journalism, Boss's like John Gripton that support Bullying on the Web and Deputy Boss's like Matthew Price that if he would give the other person a chance to speak, wouldn't be to bad. But now he dame well Lie's Live on Air? 
To get out the Governments Line.

I didn't here this at the time it went out, But got told to get it up so here it is, 

Until the END of TIME!

Wednesday, 6 November 2013

The Letter and Deputy Power !




Whats the betting that The Police don't go very far with this!





Then Deputy Pitman tries to put there side across.




Then just for good measurer Matthew Price repeats just one angle, put it's the angle that they are only interested in!



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Questions without Answers 05/11/13.




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

 “Would the Minister inform members whether the Chief Officer of the States of Jersey Police, in
response to allegations made to the Police by former Senator S. Syvret relating to corruption,
advised Mr. Syvret that his concerns had been referred to a local legal firm and had been deemed
groundless, and, if so, which legal firm was utilised and why?”


9. Deputy M.R. Higgins of St. Helier will ask the following question of the Minister for Home 
Affairs – 
 “Will the Minister explain to members whether the woman known as HG within the Korris 
Report, was bound over to leave the Island and, if so, would he advise whether she was removed 
from the Island in her pyjamas and left destitute at a United Kingdom airport?” 

Had to cut the first part of the minister's Answer due to interference. 

10. Deputy R.G. Le Hérissier of St. Saviour will ask the following question of the Minister for 
Health and Social Services – 
 “In the light of recent events at the Mid Staffordshire NHS Foundation Trust and the 
recommendations made by the subsequent Francis Inquiry, would the Minister state how, if at all, 
she will be applying the recommendations to Jersey?” 



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Wednesday, 23 October 2013

Questions without Answers. 22/10/13.

2. Deputy M.R. Higgins of St. Helier will ask the following question of the Minister for Treasury
and Resources –

 “Will the Minister advise whether the Danwood Managed Print Service contract will potentially
cost the States approximately £9.5million more than was formerly stated and, if so, will he
explain why and inform members when the BDO report into the contract will be published?”




3. Deputy T.M. Pitman of St. Helier will ask the following question of the Minister for Education, 
Sport and Culture – 
 
 “Could the Minister clarify what policies and procedures, if any, were followed in conducting the 
internal investigation into the starting pistol shooting incident at a secondary school and were 
students who witnessed the incident interviewed?” 




6. Deputy T.A. Vallois of St. Saviour will ask the following question of the Minister for Education, 
Sport and Culture – 
 
 “Could the Minister advise whether schools now have to pay large costs for printing and whether 
they were advised of this potential increase before the agreement of the managed print contract 
by central procurement?” 




11. The Connétable of St. Lawrence will ask the following question of the Minister for Health and 
Social Services – 
 
 “Has the Minister given consideration to the independent review of the Liverpool Care Pathway 
chaired by Baroness Neuberger and entitled “More Care, Less Pathway” and, if so, will she 
guarantee that the Liverpool Care Pathway will no longer be used in the Island?”




13. Deputy T.A. Vallois of St. Saviour will ask the following question of the Minister for Treasury 
and Resources – 
 
 “Could the Minister advise whether his department has any plans to revisit the managed print 
contract?”




14. The Connétable of St. John will ask the following question of the Chief Minister – 
 
 “Further to his response to a written question on 8th October 2013 regarding supporting the 807 
Romanian nationals currently living in Jersey and the fact that we are now demanding local 
people prove residency to get new registration cards, can the Chief Minister advise what action, 
if any, is being taken to make sure all new residents speak our language and understand our laws 
before being given residential status?” 





16. Deputy M.R. Higgins of St. Helier will ask the following question of the Education, Sport and 
Culture – 
 
 “Are Jersey schools under the Danwood Managed Print Service contract being required to pay up 
to 10 times more than their UK counterparts under the UK Procurement Service framework 
agreement (RM 1599/1) where schools are charged 0.199 of a penny for mono and 1.99 pence for 
colour together with a small monthly rental and, if so, what impact will this have on school 
budgets?” 





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Tuesday, 8 October 2013

Questions without Answers 08/10/13.

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

 “How does he reconcile evidence given by H.M. Solicitor General under oath in the 2008 Royal
Court Curtis Warren abuse of process hearing, that he was not mislead by any of the police
officers involved in the investigation (later repeated in a 2011 Privy Council statement) with the
written statement to the Operation Invicta investigation alleging that the Law Officers
Department were mislead by the States of Jersey Police?”




8. Deputy T.M. Pitman of St. Helier will ask the following question of the Chairman of Privileges 
and Procedures Committee – 
 
 “Would the Committee agree to review the current operation of Standing Order 109(7), which 
relates to the removal of the names of individuals named within the course of States questions or 
debates, to ensure it is operating adequately?” 




9. Senator S.C. Ferguson will ask the following question of the Minister for Health and Social 
Services– 
 
 “Would the Minister outline the negotiations which have taken place with staff in the pathology 
laboratory and advise whether the significant number of recent press releases has been 
considered appropriate to this process?” 



12. Deputy S. Pitman of St. Helier will ask the following question of the Minister for Health and 
Social Services – 
 
 “What is the average waiting time for an appointment to see a psychologist?” 



13. Deputy T.M. Pitman of St. Helier will ask the following question of the Chief Minister - 
 
 “Will the Chief Minister explain what the difference is between a ‘criminal’ breach of the Data 
Protection (Jersey) Law 2005 and a so-called ‘regulatory’ breach?” 



14. Deputy M.R. Higgins of St. Helier will ask the following question of the Minister for Home 
Affairs – 
 
 “Will the Minister reconcile his written answer on 10th September 2013, confirming that the 
disciplinary action against three officers involved in car bugging in the Curtis Warren case was 
brought by the Deputy Chief Officer of the States of Jersey Police, with that same officer’s 
statement to the Disciplinary Hearing conducted by the Chief Constable of Durham Constabulary 
that he was not the complainant but it was H.M. Attorney General?” 



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Tuesday, 24 September 2013

Questions without Answers 24/09/13.

Trevor & Shona, Question 12.

1.  Deputy J.H. Young of St. Brelade will ask the following question of the Minister for Education,
Sport and Culture –

“Will the Minister inform the Assembly whether he condones the present practice of some
schools charging their former pupils fees for providing school attendance certificates required
for residence cards and whether he considers the arrangements made to assist the Social
Security Department to issue these cards to school leavers to be satisfactory, and will he state
whether he is proposing any improvements to avoid undue bureaucracy in future?”



4.  Deputy J.A. Hilton of St. Helier will ask the following question of the Minister for Planning and
Environment –

“Would the Minister inform members of the date of the meeting which took place between
himself and representatives of the Co-op which he referred to on 10th September and would he
also state when he made the decision not to take part in determining the planning application?"



6.  Deputy M. Tadier of St. Brelade will ask the following question of the Minister for Treasury and
Resources –

“Will the Minister say what plans, if any, he has to improve access to Fort Regent?”



8.  Deputy J.H. Young of St. Brelade will ask the following question of the Minister for Education,
Sport and Culture –

“Will the Minister disclose the sites that are being considered for the new Les Quennevais
School and set out the proposed timetable for the project including its consideration by the
Planning system as required by the Island Plan?”




Will have to apologize for the next recording, but its better then not having it at all.

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

“Following his answer of 10th September in which he stated that a single instance of the
Superior Number failing to exercise its jurisdiction to act on inappropriate standards of honesty,
integrity and/or behaviour of a Jurat would not cause the UK authorities to intervene will the
Attorney General clarify whether this effective lack of challenge to higher authority is compliant
with Article 6 of the European Convention on Human Rights?




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Election of Minister for External Relations.



Election of Minister for External Relations. The Chief Minister has given notice in accordance with
Standing Order 117(2) that he will nominate Senator Sir Philip Bailhache for this ministerial office.

Senator Bailhache's Speech.




Questions To Senator Bailhache



Wednesday, 18 September 2013

Deputy Pitman on Radio Jersey about Stuart Syvret's Secret Court Case

Deputy T Pitman.



Discussing Stuart Syvret's Secret Court Case on Radio Jersey this morning with good old Matthew Price with just the one Question  "In the interests of free speech should we be allowed to say anything we like online?"

 

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Tuesday, 10 September 2013

Question without Answers 10/09/13.

1.  Deputy T.M. Pitman of St. Helier will ask the following question of the Minister for Education,
Sport and Culture –

“Following the recent conviction of a teacher relating to an incident where a pupil suffered eye
injuries resulting from an alleged prank discharge of a starting pistol in the school gym, will the
Minister provide an update on the matter and advise whether the injured pupil’s mother has been
kept informed throughout?”



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

“Given the appointee’s chairmanship of Jersey Finance, would the Minister advise whether the
issue of any conflict of interest in his appointment as the Chairman of the Police Authority was
considered by the Appointments Commission and, if so, why was it decided that the
appointment should proceed?”



3.  Deputy J.A. Hilton of St. Helier will ask the following question of the Minister for Planning and
Environment –

“Has the Minister or any member of his Planning Applications Panel met or spoken with the
management team of the Channel Islands Co-operative Society to discuss their planning
application for Pitt Street/Dumaresq Street without Planning Officers being present?”



4.  Deputy M. Tadier of St. Brelade will ask the following question of the Minister for Treasury and
Resources –

“How many Tax Information Exchange Agreement requests, if any, have been received from the
French tax authorities since the agreement was set up and how many have we been able to
comply with fully?”



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

“Why has the UK Justice Minister been requested to intervene regarding Jersey’s placement on
the French tax ‘black list’?”



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

2nd question period – Chief Minister




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Monday, 15 July 2013

Statement from Senator Bailhache.



Personal Statement from Senator Bailhache.

Questions without Answers 15/07/13 or is there?

 Special request, apart from this can't see any that are worth saving.




8.  Deputy R.G. Le Hérissier of St. Saviour will ask the following question of the Minister for
Planning and Environment –

“What has been the trend in the last 5 years in respect of nitrate levels in the water supply and, in
the case of an adverse trend, what mitigation measures, if any, are in place in order to reduce
levels?”

Questions without Answers 02/07/13.






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

“What was the total cost of the dinner at the Atlantic Hotel on Sunday 23rd June 2013 when the
Chief Minister and selected Members of the Council of Minister met the representatives of the
UK Justice Select Committee; and why was this venue used?”





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

“Will the Minister confirm whether those earning over £152,232 will be insulated from the
proposed 1% increase in Social Security/Income Tax contributions to fund long-term care and, if
so, will he explain the reason for this decision?





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

“Will H.M. Attorney General explain whether the Law Officers and Jersey qualified lawyers
within his department are subject to the same professional standards and disciplinary procedures
of the Law Society of Jersey which are applied to Jersey Advocates or solicitors in private
practice and, if not, why not?”




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

“Will H.M. Attorney General advise Members of the rules relating to a prosecutor’s duty to
disclose or have disclosed to defendants in criminal cases, all information relevant to a case and
confirm whether such disclosure rules have been adhered to since the beginning of 2010 in
respect of enforcement actions under the Planning and Building Law (Jersey) 2002 and, if not,
why not?”





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

1st question period – Minister for Economic Development




2nd question period – Chief Minister



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Friday, 21 June 2013

Questions without Answers 18/06/13.


Part 2, With that Question from Deputy T. Pitman asking about a Teacher that has shot a Child! with a starting pistol, in Ministers Question Time. Yes you have heard right! How did that happen?



1st question period – Minister for Education, Sport and Culture



______________________________________________


Two Questions from me for anyone that can answer them.

1. Why did Deputy Pryke want to cross a Police Line at Haut De La Garenne

2. Someone please tell me why did she want to be a Politishion?

______________________________________

2nd question period – Minister for Health and Social Services




________________________________________


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

“Since the Minister’s appointment, have any complaints been received from members of the
public alleging maladministration and, if so, would he advise what proportion of these
complaints have been independently investigated and written responses made and detail the
number of these complaints which are still without reply?”


________________________________________



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

“What powers, if any, does a Court have to ensure that full indemnities awarded to members of
the public at the conclusion of a court case are enforced and the injured party is not left thousands
of pounds out of pocket?”


_______________________________________

17.  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 has delegated powers to officers to enter into
planning obligation agreements which require land transactions and monies to be paid, as
proposed for the Plémont development and, if so, does the delegation allow those powers to be
exercised where there is a formal complaint pending under the Administrative Decisions
(Review) (Jersey) Law 1982 which could justify independent investigation?”


________________________________________

18.  Deputy G.P. Southern of St. Helier will ask the following question of the Chief Minister –

“Will the Chief Minister agree to instigate an investigation into the use of zero hours contracts
across the Island in order to assess whether the use of such contracts by employers is appropriate,
and if not, why not?”


_____________________________________-

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Wednesday, 19 June 2013

Questions without Answers 18/06/13.



A busy Day for the Chief Minister. That Dean has a lot to Answer for, look at the trouble the chief's in.

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

“Following his meeting with the businessmen who raised concern at seeing the Assistant
Minister with responsibility for External Affairs reading confidential documents in full view of
the public on a flight, does the Chief Minister support the Assistant Minister’s views expressed
on 14th May 2013 that the allegations were ‘inaccurate’ and gave a ‘fictitious and malicious
account’ and, if not, will he now be asking his Assistant Minister to resign?





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

“Further to his answer on 4th June 2013 when he stated he had requested the Bishop to make
public the terms of reference for the Dame Heather Steel investigation into the Korris review,
would the Chief Minister advise whether he has received an update relating to this matter, given
that a visitation connected to the investigation has just commenced for which the terms of
reference are available?”






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

“Will H.M. Attorney General advise members to whom the Chief Officer and Deputy Chief
Officer of the States of Jersey Police are accountable for their conduct and who would determine
whether they should be investigated in circumstances in which they are alleged to have perverted
the course of justice?”





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

“Would the Chief Minister agree that a public sector employee should not knowingly lie or try to
deceive a civil or criminal court or tribunal and that such an act would constitute grounds for
instant dismissal for gross misconduct?”






14.  Deputy R.G. Le Hérissier of St. Saviour will ask the following question of the Chief Minister –

“Would the Chief Minister establish an independent inquiry to report expeditiously about the
allegations that the Assistant Minister for External Relations has obtained and read in public
confidential documents associated with the suspension of the Dean and, if not, why not?”




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