Openness. Transparency. Accountability.
Nick Mann, page 2
THERE was a shift in the political tectonic plates last week.
SHOULD we knock down houses that are lining Guernsey’s roads to open up more space?
IF EVER there was an example of political bluster, it was the Policy Council’s response to calls for independent oversight of the freedom of information regime.
IF THERE is any subject that will make a politician squirm it is pay.
CHANGE. Some people thrive on it, some people hate it.
TO SOME, a little bit of Guernsey was lost last week.
GUERNSEY could be about to take its first tentative steps into an arena that other democracies have long since engaged with.
THERE has been much talk about the UK getting its own house in order over the latest political topic of the day – tax transparency.
ARE you sitting comfortably? Well, after the political events of last week maybe you shouldn’t be.
IS GUERNSEY on a road to nowhere with its transport strategy?
NEXT week the States will suffer the indignity of debating whether to reprimand Deputy Mike Hadley for releasing a report that was critical of how the local Accident and Emergency Department is run.