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Wednesday, 25 July 2012

"Perhaps Lord McNally Is Discussing Systemic Corruption & Cyril's Case???

Top talks this week on links with the UK

THE UK minister responsible for Jersey’s links to the coalition government is in the Island this week for talks with ministers.

The Minister of State for the UK Ministry of Justice, Lord McNally, will arrive tomorrow for talks with Chief Minister Ian Gorst and Assistant Chief Minister Philip Bailhache on a range of topics, including the recently agreed Strategic Plan and coalition proposals for the names of UK residents with money in Jersey to be passed to the UK taxman.

The three men last met for talks at the end of February in the UK.

Lord McNally will also visit the Jersey Archive with the Lieutenant-Governor, General Sir John McColl – who will be hosting him over the three-day trip – to view the hoard of Iron Age Celtic coins which made headlines around the world when they were discovered last month.

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