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THE STATES assembled on Tuesday
14th September 2010, at 09.30 a.m. under
the Presidency of the Bailiff,
Michael Cameron St. John Birt Esquire.


THE STATES commenced consideration of an amendment of Deputy Geoffrey Peter Southern of
St. Helier (Amendment 4, paragraph 3) to paragraph (a) of the Draft Annual Business Plan 2011, that
after the words “withdrawn from the consolidated fund in 2011” there should be inserted the words –
After the words “withdrawn from the consolidated fund in 2011” there should be inserted the
words – “except that the net revenue expenditure of the Economic Development Department shall
be increased by £183,000 in order to maintain support for the provision of school milk and
not proceed with the Comprehensive Spending Review proposal on page 62 of the Plan
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“Cease funding to subsidise the provision of school milk” and the net revenue
expenditure of the Treasury and Resources Department shall be decreased by the same
amount by reducing the allocation for Restructuring Costs.”.


Senator James Leslie Perchard declared an interest and withdrew from the Chamber during consideration of the amendment of Deputy Geoffrey Peter Southern of St. Helier (Amendment 4, paragraph 3) to paragraph (a) of the Draft Annual Business Plan 2011 (P.99/2010).
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No names given for Vote in the minutes, however the BBC says,

Deputy Geoff Southern was trying to preserve school milk funding, and put forward an amendment to the Business Plan to keep it.

The amendment was rejected by the States by 30 votes to 14.
The 2% cut in 2011 is part of a three-year plan to deal with projected deficits