Jersey News from Monday, January 11th, 2021
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Charlie Parker Approved Statement About Own NED Role
A statement released to the media incorrectly stating the Deputy Chief Minister had approved Charlie Parker's non-executive role was 'considered approved' by the Chief Executive himself.
Calls For Investigation Into Government Decision-Making 'Cabal'
The head of Scrutiny has called for an investigation into how decisions are being made within Jersey's government.
Return To School 'Safe And Successful'
The Assistant Education Minister says early indications show the return to school today has been safe and successful.
'Clear And Unified Message' Wanted On Schools
The Children’s Commissioner has called for a ‘clear and unified message’ from Jersey’s politicians about the decision to reopen schools this week.
Teaching Unions: We Know Minister's Frustrations 'Only Too Well'
Jersey's teaching unions say they share the former Education Minister's frustrations at having concerns dismissed by the government, and paid tribute to Senator Tracey Vallois work over the last two years.
Strategy To Tackle Homelessness Released
Creating a housing advice hub and permanent emergency housing service and giving income support to anyone who has lived in Jersey for more than six months have been suggested to tackle the island's homelessness issue.
CM Accepts Education Minister's Resignation
The Chief Minister has accepted his Education Minister's resignation.
Medicinal Cannabis Sector Launched
Jersey's government has issued the first ever licences for commercial cultivation of medicinal cannabis in the Channel Islands.