Reform Jersey
Reform Jersey

Posted on: Wed, Jun 17 2020 by Lyndsay Feltham

If someone had told me 15 years ago that in 2020 I would be making the case for party politics in Jersey, never mind being Chairperson of the Island’s only formally constituted political party, I would have laughed out loud and firmly told them they were wrong. In all likelihood I would have said something along the lines of ‘Party politics won’t work in Jersey, we like to vote for individuals, we vote for people and that works for us. We get a good spread of views within the States, voted in by people that vote.’



Posted on: Sun, May 10 2020 by Rob Ward

This piece came from thoughts after using my printer. Stay with me. I was asked to print off my neighbour’s daughter's school work for the next 3 days. They had problems with their printer. Not a huge thing. Simple. But I was struck by the level of detail, the range and the obvious care that had gone into preparing this document, which extended to 33 pages.



Posted on: Thu, Mar 26 2020 by Rob Ward

It is very clear that we are living through an unprecedented situation. We are all fearful of what the future holds and over the impact of this virus. As we consider legislation and actions, the way in which we respond is the topic of the moment. I am a Science teacher by profession. Therefore, looking at fact and data is my fall back position. So, I have tried to put together an analysis of the debate to help inform myself, and perhaps others. The key fact being, this is not easy. It is not simple and there are no perfect solutions. This is what I have been thinking through.


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