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"
TheJerseyWay would like to Credit & Thank BBC Radio Jersey for making these recording's posible.
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?”
TheJerseyWay would like to Credit & Thank BBC Radio Jersey for making these recording's posible