Digital copy of Exhibit PLC12: Pages 1 and 11 to 15 from the States of Jersey Hansard Official Report for 12 May 2009. Used as evidence in relation to Paul Le Claire's Witness Statement to the Inquiry dated 10 September 2015 [C/D/AW3/B1/5/WS000637].

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May 12th 2009 - May 12th 2009

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Relates to an oral question by Deputy G P Southern of St Helier of the Minister for Health and Social Services regarding the process of negotiations with the Trustees of Brig-y-Don over the future of that children's home. Includes response by Deputy A E Pryke of Trinity, Minister for Health and Social Services, and further questions on the matter by States Members and responses to these questions by the Deputy of Trinity.


Colbert, Jean-Baptiste
de Sousa, Debbie, Deputy
Green, Andrew, Deputy
Hanning, Peter, Constable of St Saviour
Hill, Bob, Deputy
Jeune, Angela, Deputy
Le Claire, Paul, Deputy
Le Hérissier, Roy, Deputy
Mezbourian, Deidre, Constable of St Lawrence
Ozouf, Philip, Senator
Perchard, Jim, Senator
Pitman, Trevor, Deputy
Pryke, Anne Enid, Deputy
Southern, Geoff, Deputy
Syvret, Stuart, Senator
Tadier, Montfort, Deputy
Williamson, Andrew
Corporate Affairs Scrutiny Panel
Education Sport and Culture
Emergency Planning Department
Fort Regent
Health and Social Services
Jersey Water
Norman Le Brocq (Boat)
Planning and Environment
States of Jersey
Treasury and Resources


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