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AN attempt to get former Health Minister Stuart Syvret’s civil claim against the Chief Minister and Attorney General thrown out will be heard in April.
The former Senator is suing the Chief Minister, the States Employment Board, the States of Jersey and the Attorney General, because of an alleged criminal conspiracy which he claims forced him to resign as Health Minister.
Solicitor General Howard Sharp is trying to get the case against the four defendants thrown out.
UK judge Jonathan Sumption QC was in the Royal Court yesterday to set dates for the next hearing. He has given Mr Syvret until 28 February to gather all his evidence for the hearing on 26 April, which is expected to last for three days.