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Digital copy of the Witness Statement of Paul Le Claire to the Inquiry providing an account of his experiences as a politician in Jersey. [Some details redacted].

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Reference ZC/D/AW3/B1/5/WS000637
Date 10 September 2015
Scope and Content Provides information about his background, referring to his time as a politician holding the roles of Deputy and Senator between April 1999 and December 2011. Sets out details of the committee style of government in operation during his term as Senator his involvement in the Health and Social Services Committee from 22 June 1999. Includes comments about the culture of the States of Jersey, particularly the culture and behaviour of senior members of the States establishment. Outlines specific concerns and instances of relevance to the Inquiry, referring to a number of matter including: committee meeting minutes, concerns regarding the renal ward at the General Hospital, treatment of health professionals, the mental health system in Jersey, water and air quality concerns, the focus on finance and its impact on other services, speaking out and control, the treatment of Lenny Harper and Graham Power, and the people in power. Also includes comments about child abuse and concerns about children's homes and details other concerns raised by him in the States between 1991 and 2005. Describes returning to role of Deputy following the expiry of his term as Senator, and comments about the move to Ministerial Government and further concerns in this regard. Also includes comments about the case of the X Children. Finishes with describing his motivations for providing evidence and suggestions and recommendations with respect to moving forward.
Names Bailhache, Sir Philip
Baudains, Shirley
Bridge, Jennifer, Deputy
Christensen, John
Corbett, Barbara
de Faye, Guy, Deputy
Dorey, Jeremy Laurence, Deputy
Dudley, Denzyl
Ferguson, Sarah, Senator
Flowers, David
Garbutt, Julie
Grainger, C R, Dr
Hanson, Timothy, Advocate
Harper, Lenny
Hill, Bob, Deputy
Hilton, Jackie, Deputy
Hunt, Jeremy
Jennings, Graham
Jervis-Dykes, Andrew
Kavanagh, Michael
Kinnard, Wendy, Senator
Lacey, Beverley, Advocate
Le Claire, Paul
Le Feuvre, James
Le Hérissier, Roy, Deputy
Le Marquand, Ian, Senator
Le Ruez, Mazel, Jurat
Lewis, Andrew, Deputy
McLaughlin, Andrew
Mitchell, Andrew
Murphy, Richard
Ogley, Bill
Ore, David
Ozouf, Philip, Senator
Perchard, Jim, Senator
Pollard, Mike
Power, Graham
Pryke, Anne Enid
Sharp, Howard
Shenton, Ben, Senator
Shenton, Dick, Senator
Skinner, Anton
Southern, Geoff, Deputy
Swinson, Chris
Syvret, Stuart, Senator
Vibert, Ted, Senator
Walker, Frank, Senator
Walker, Gary
Williamson, Andrew
BBC Jersey
BBC Radio Jersey
Brig-y-Don Children's Home
Daily Mail
Defence Committee
Education Committee
Finance and Economics Committee
Health and Social Services
Health and Social Services Committee
House of Commons
Housing Department
Health Social Security and Housing Scrutiny Panel
Home Affairs Committee
Honorary Police
Jersey Child Protection Committee
Jersey Evening Post
Jersey General Hospital
Jersey Property Holdings
Jersey Weekly Post
La Préférence Children's Home
National Health Service
Overdale Hospital
Police Service Union
Policy and Resources Committee
Public Services Committee
St Saviour's Hospital
States of Jersey
States of Jersey Police
The Guardian
Transport and General Workers' Union
United Lincolnshire Hospitals Trust
United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child
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Language English
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Digital copy of the Witness Statement of Paul Le Claire to the Inquiry providing an account of his experiences as a politician in Jersey. [Some details redacted].


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