Comments

Digital copy of a Personal Statement to be made by Senator W Kinnard and a Statement to be made by the Chief Minister on 21 October 2008 regarding Senator Kinnard's resignation from her position as Minister for Home Affairs. [Some details redacted].

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Reference

C/D/AW4/A2/24/WD008449

Date

October 21st 2008 - October 21st 2008

Scope and Content

• Personal Statement to be made by Senator W Kinnard on 21 October 2008. Refers to an issue of moral conscience and principle in respect of a recommendation for the Home Affairs Department to take forward immediately an item of importance regarding an amendment abolishing the corroboration warning including cases involving children that was not accepted by the Council of Ministers. Expresses gratitude to a number of people with whom she has worked including her Assistant Minister Deputy Andrew Lewis. • Statement to be made by the Chief Minister on 21 October regarding the resignation of the Minister for Home Affairs. Refers to Senator Kinnard's decision to resign. Includes comments about the issue of the corroboration warning and decision of the Council of Ministers to not make a final decision on the issue until further analysis and consideration of all relevant issues, clarifying position of the Council of Ministers.

Names

Austin-Vautier, Steven
Kinnard, Wendy, Senator
Lewis, Andrew, Deputy
Ogley, Bill
Walker, Frank, Senator
Council of Ministers
Home Affairs
Jersey Law Commission
States of Jersey

Keywords

Picquet House | Chief Minister | chief officers | child abuse | child protection | Children | corroboration | departments | enquiries | evidence | exhibits | home affairs | IJCI | laws | legislation | ministers | Police | resignations | senators | statements

Dimensions

1 pdf file

Language

English

Level of description

file

Access Restriction

PDF file - please click on the link to download

Closed until

2100

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