Monday 19 February 2018
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"Like-minded Deputies" form political charter

Monday 19 February 2018

Eleven deputies have signed a document agreeing to work together "around a set of political principles that define their values, thinking and approach to Bailiwick politics for the rest of the term."

Those already signed up to 'Charter 2018' are, alphabetically: Andrea Dudley-Owen, Peter Ferbrache, Neil Inder, Jan Kuttlewascher, Marc Leadbeater, Paul Le Pelley, Mary Lowe, Carl Meerveld, Joe Mooney, Barry Paint and Robert Prow....

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Lessons learnt from Jersey's Innovation Fund as Guernsey launches Investment Fund

Monday 19 February 2018

Following the launch of the Guernsey Investment Fund, one of the island's most senior politicians has assured the public and investors that lessons have been learnt from elsewhere.

Deputy Lyndon Trott told Express that “we have looked across the globe to work out what will be the best practice for our model" and that those behind the Investment Fund are “determi...

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M&S to charge for small plastic bags, with more eco-initiatives on the horizon

Monday 19 February 2018

Marks & Spencers are going to start charging 5p for single use plastic bags, frequently used by customers buying lunch.

The move is part of efforts to encourage customers to use their own reusable bags....

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Guernsey film trailer seen by 360,000+

Monday 19 February 2018

The trailer for the film based on the best-selling novel, the Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society has been seen on Youtube by more than 360,000 people in less than a week since its release - with a local film reviewer, and the director of a local film production company both saying it will be good news for the island.

The Studiocanal film, called Guernsey, is due to be released in April with the full length trailer released nationally last week, showing the main characters in some of the familiar scenes from the bo...

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Cybercriminals can't hide in Guernsey

Monday 19 February 2018

Law Enforcement staff have received training from European Cybercrime Investigators as Guernsey Police and Border Agency "sharpen awareness" among staff.

The training sessions have focused on cryptocurrencies with guidance on how to navigate the "dark web" to track cybercriminals down....

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