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Welcome to the World of Politics Jan’ 2023

By Deputy Carolyn Labey

In the States Assembly recently we had more attempts to remove GST from food and to reinstate Senators. I voted in favour of exempting food as I have never been able to agree to the fundamental principle

2023-02-15T21:07:25+00:00February 15, 2023|Categories: Government|Tags: , |

First Ministers’ Surgery held at Town Hall

The new “Ministers Surgeries” are to be held after Council of Ministers meetings which are held in a different Parish each month. The first one was held in the Town Hall in January, 2023.

And at the most recent Parish Surgery

High housing costs could be ‘impinging on our identity’

by Rod McLoughlin

International Relations Minister Carolyn Labey is reviewing contributions to the ongoing consultation on Island identity, and said to-date there had been ‘quite a good response’.

The strength of the Island’s cultural sector, the environment and importance of teaching aspects

2023-01-31T20:49:15+00:00January 31, 2023|Categories: Government, Island Identity|Tags: |

Fresh hope for a bright new chapter in the Island’s history

The JEP asked the Ministers to each write an article on their first impressions in Office..

THE first sitting of a new States Assembly is like starting a new school year (and yes I can just about remember those). There are

Welcome to the World of Politics

By Deputy Carolyn Labey

Since writing my last article in the aftermath of the General Election swiftly followed by the States Assembly elections appointing the Ministerial and Scrutiny posts, as well as all the Committees, Panels, Commissions, Forums and focus group

2022-11-28T12:09:32+00:00November 28, 2022|Categories: Government, Grouville & St. Martin|Tags: , , , , |
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