3. Deputy M.R. Higgins of St. Helier will ask the following question of the Minister for Home
“Would the Minister explain to members why the police investigation of ‘Operation Vessel’ in
which suspected sex abusers who were allegedly grooming young girls were identified, was kept
secret since June 2012 and how this benefited the investigation and the people of Jersey?”
6. Deputy G.C.L. Baudains of St. Clement will ask the following question of the Chief Minister –
“Could the Minister advise whether the issue of Israel’s stance, in relation to a number of United
Nations resolutions made against it, has been raised when he or other Ministers have met with
Israeli politicians and, if not, why not?”
7. Senator S.C. Ferguson will ask the following question of the Chief Minister –
“Given the speculation in the public arena about the Esplanade Development, will the Chief
Minister advise whether he has asked Trowers and Hamlins to revalidate and update their report
with particular emphasis on the update of the King Sturge section and, if not, why not?”
9. Deputy J.A.N. Le Fondré of St. Lawrence will ask the following question of the Minister for
Treasury and Resources –
“Further to the Minister’s statement during the debate on P.175/2011 ‘St. Helier Waterfront -
development’, that one of the important benefits of the Esplanade Quarter was that it did not
require any public funding, could he explain why the position has changed and why in relation to
the public funds of £13 million provided, he considers it appropriate to provide public support for
projects competing against private sector schemes?”
11. Deputy M.R. Higgins of St. Helier will ask the following question of the Minister for Health and
Social Services –
“What lessons, if any, have been learnt by the Children and Adult Mental Health Services
following the handling of recent issues such as Haut de la Garenne and Family X and can she
assure members that they are not failing their clients, that is, the people whom they are supposed
to be assisting and protecting?”
12. Deputy J.A.N. Le Fondré of St. Lawrence will ask the following question of the Minister for
Treasury and Resources –
“Does the Minister still maintain that the public monies advanced in relation to the creation of
underground parking in the Esplanade Quarter, will be repaid on completion of Building One
Christina Ghidoni on the Politics Hour, talks to Deputy Duhamel and Deputy Young. It's mainly about our Chief Minister bringing the Preposition to dismiss Deputy Duhamel as Planning & Environment Minister.
The BBC say that they want you to phone in and talk on air, but the reality is quite different. They are hard pressed reading your comments and messages, let alone letting some one on, who may just tell the truth or open the discussion up to a different angle.
Matthew Price tries to nail our Home Affairs Minister!
In my view it should be Senator Le Marquand, not Deputy Duhamel who's up for the chop?
Now we have an interview that Victoria Derbyshire did last month, about the Rochdale Child Abuse case, were the Police mainly took a blind eye for years at this Child Abuse?
Here is the Chief of Police for Greater Manchester.
Is that attitude common place in the Police UK Wide, or just when its to do with Child Abuse?
Some Comments and more discussion.
I know this interview would come in useful some time, so I recorded it. But I wasn't expecting this story to be coming out, that is just so similar to the Rochdale one, may be not the scale but all the same factors.
This is Unbelievable for little old Jersey?
Or is it?
After what has been going on over here for years and the Government and the Police just want it covered up.