TWO of the biggest spending States departments have indicated that they are a combined £1.5m. short of meeting this year’s savings targets.
Home Department news
HOME minister Jonathan Le Tocq wants to get on with running a busy department rather than debate the AFR saga.
THE Home Department could face a vote of no confidence if it fails to respond to a damning review into its handling of the AFR Advocates saga, according to a senior politician.
HOME failed to justify its reasons for not releasing the cost of the AFR settlement, a damning review by Scrutiny has revealed.
HOME minister Jonathan Le Tocq has revealed the board was in favour of releasing details of the AFR settlement, but changed its mind after receiving legal and staff advice.
HOME minister Jonathan Le Tocq has been called to answer questions at a public hearing over his department’s handling of the secret AFR settlement.
A HOME DEPARTMENT member has broken ranks to release more details of the costs to the taxpayer of the AFR case, although the full amount of the settlement paid to the lawyers is still secret.
HOME minister Jonathan Le Tocq will tomorrow make a statement about the taxpayer money that has been spent in costs and damages following an unlawful police raid on a law firm’s premises.
A ST PETER PORT deputy will lobby fellow States members to try and garner support to amend the Common Travel Area law.
LAWS that govern sentences handed down to paedophiles look set to be amended after a sustained campaign backed by islanders.
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