AT ABOUT the time a requete was published seeking to remove the authority the States chief executive has over his chief officers, a note was delivered to this office warning that there is a power battle going on between the executive leadership team and the Assembly.
FLEXIBILITY will be a key part of the new population management regime, the Policy Council has assured concerned businesses.
A DEPUTY who faces being formally reprimanded by the States has called for the code of conduct rules to be changed.
DEPUTIES have been prevented from discussing a critical Accident and Emergency report and whether its release was justified during today’s debate to decide if the politician who leaked it should be reprimanded.
A DEPUTY should not have been allowed to repeat the allegations he made about the Accident and Emergency Department in the latest Billet d’Etat without giving the operator the chance to respond, it has been claimed.
A U-TURN by the Policy Council means there will be a public meeting on its proposals for a new population management regime.
A MAN who obtained a second opinion and then treatment at an eye clinic in Cambridge argued that he should be reimbursed £13,000 to cover the costs because he was made to believe by his consultant that it would be paid for by the States.
The States Code of Conduct panel has recommended that Deputy Mike Hadley be formally reprimanded.
SEVEN of Alderney’s nine standing politicians have put their names to a motion to oust Policy Committee leader Paul Arditti from office.
ALDERNEY’S newest States Member said he hoped to inject ‘a little common sense’ into the island’s government.
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