TAXPAYERS may be forgiven for thinking that somewhere in Frossard House there is a group sitting around the table, much like in Monty Python’s ‘Spam’ sketch, singing repeatedly ‘plan plan plan plan’.
Nick Mann, page 2
AT FIRST glance, the Scottish independence and promised EU referendums may be seen as purely of academic interest to the constitutional diehards in Guernsey.
SOMETIMES reporting on the States is a turgid business.
INFORMATION flow from the States is usually akin to a dripping tap.
HEALTH and Social Services is facing more scrutiny over its handling of recruitment and ward closures.
JERSEY’S drive for independence from the UK seems to be stronger than ever.
MUCH rests on the success of the Financial Transformation Programme.
IT WAS predictable that no one came out of last week’s vote of no confidence debacle with much credit, if any.
HEALTH and Social Services members face a bitter battle for their future tomorrow.
IT IS becoming increasingly clear that the era of tax transparency is here.
ANY attack on the middle class by government is going to be met with a vocal and engaged response.
SOME new deputies enter the Assembly having made a lot of noise at election time, before quietly taking a back seat for the next few years.
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