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Offline rico sorda

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Re: Jersey Bloggers start new broadcast initiative on blog.tv
« Reply #15 on: May 04, 2012, 07:19:18 PM »
Stuntman, is it not the same as using the internet or even this forum? You went all over Blog TV and didn't check out the voiceforchildren page, how strange. There are 3 recordings up on the page.

I enjoyed my discussion with Daniel last night.

Still find it strange that you went all over Blog TV stopped at the swimsuits and didn't check out what we have been doing.

How about joining Blog TV and doing a nightly stunt routine? We could suggest a stunt and you attempt it. Nothing like 'Dirty Den' though.


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Re: Jersey Bloggers start new broadcast initiative on blog.tv
« Reply #16 on: May 05, 2012, 12:57:40 AM »
Interesting;


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Terry Le Sueur

As minister for treasury and resources, Terry Le Sueur is at the heart of the most radical changes to have taken place in Jersey's tax system since the war. An accountant by profession, he was first elected to the States in 1987 as a deputy, and was re-elected in three subsequent elections. In 1999 he achieved an all-island mandate as senator and was reelected in 2005. He spent 12 years at the head of the States' employment and social security department and during that time instigated major reforms in the areas of pensions, employment law and income support.

Now retired from business, Mr Le Sueur spent 25 years as senior partner of a medium-sized local firm of chartered accountants which he founded in 1975. The firm is now called Grant Thornton, Le Sueur Ireson & Co.

As treasury minister, Mr Le Sueur has taken a very cautious approach to States finances and although he is sometimes accused of being a "tax and spend" minister, he has consistently built up the island's rainy-day reserves.
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Re: Jersey Bloggers start new broadcast initiative on blog.tv
« Reply #17 on: May 11, 2012, 01:06:49 AM »

Blog tv on now for Just 30 minutes with Deputy Macon and Rico Sorda asking questions off the cuff talking about other politicians, at the moment.


http://www.blogtv.com/People/voiceforchildren


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