You have to give it to him, he knows how to not answer a question.
All the way till he's Backed in to a Corner!
Just like he was on the Insideout Program.
3. Deputy M.R. Higgins of St. Helier will ask the following question of the Chief Minister -
“Will the Chief Minister advise the Assembly the current position regarding the Historic Child Abuse Redress Scheme and in particular the number of claims accepted, rejected and in dispute, and in the case of the latter will he outline the nature of the disputes and the current position regarding the extension of the scheme to cover people who were abused whilst in foster care or abused by persons who either lived in the care homes or were visiting them?
4. Deputy M. Tadier of St. Brelade will ask the following question of H.M. Attorney General –
“Given the criticism of States Police and a Lawyer in the Law Officers’ Department by the Privy Council in relation to the Curtis Warren prosecution and the alleged involvement of the Attorney General in the subsequent police disciplinary case, would the Attorney General make a statement clarifying the situation?”
“Given the verdict of the Police Disciplinary Tribunal, is the Minister satisfied that the police acted with complete authority in the matter of bugging a vehicle in the case Re Curtis Warren?”
“Due to the important public interest issues involved will the Minister publish the written decision of the disciplinary tribunal involving the three police officers involved in the Curtis Warren car bugging case, and if not why not? And if so when?
2nd question period – Minister for Home Affairs
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