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He apologises for his error of judgement, easy to say sorry after he has been caught out. Deputy David inglis is a public figure and the public expect an example to be set by public figures. Sam from the previous forum on this subject is right. Deputy Inglis should be appear before the states members code of conduct, he has brought the states into disrepute and I copy that code from Sam's previous post: STATES MEMBERS CODE OF CONDUCT SEC 3 & 8 Members’ Conduct 3. The primary duty of Members is to act in the public interest. In so doing Members have a duty on all occasions to act in accordance with their oaths, and in accordance with the public trust placed in them. 8. Members shall at all times conduct themselves in a manner which will tend to maintain and strengthen the public‟s trust and confidence in the integrity of the States of Deliberation and never undertake any action which would bring the States, or its Members generally, into disrepute.