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Offline boatyboy

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Politicians that voted against giving Jersey pensions £83.73
« on: December 23, 2015, 06:34:54 PM »

Voted against giving old age pensioners £83.73 Xmas bonus.

 
[ Including nine constables – elected leaders of the parish ]

Vote date:
16/12/2015

Reference:
P.141/2015

Senator
Paul Francis Routier M.B.E.
Contre

Senator
Philip Francis Cyril Ozouf
Contre

Senator
Alan John Henry Maclean
Contre

Senator
Ian Joseph Gorst
Contre

Senator
Lyndon John Farnham
Contre

Senator
Sir Philip Martin Bailhache
Contre

Senator
Andrew Kenneth Francis Green M.B.E.
Contre

Connétable
Leonard Norman
Contre

Connétable
John Martin Refault
Contre

Connétable
Deidre Wendy Mezbourian
Contre

Connétable
Juliette Gallichan
Contre

Connétable
Michael John Paddock
Contre

Connétable
Stephen William Pallett
Contre

Connétable
Michel Philip Sydney Le Troquer
Contre

Connétable
John Edward Le Maistre
Contre

Connétable
Philip Bond Le Sueur
Contre

Deputy
Anne Enid Pryke
Contre

Deputy
Susan Jane Pinel
Contre

Deputy
Stephen George Luce
Contre

Deputy
Roderick Gordon Bryans
Contre

Deputy
Kristina Louise Moore
Contre

Deputy
Murray Julian Norton
Contre

Deputy
Graham John Truscott
Contre

Deputy

Edward James Noel
Not present for vote
Senator

JEP

THE Christmas bonus for pensioners should not be means-tested if it is reinstated next year because it would lead to middle-earners missing out, a leading charity worker for the Island’s elderly has said.
Daphne Minihane, chairman of Age Concern, said that the annual payment, which currently stands at £83.73, is all that many of Jersey’s pensioners receive from the States after a lifetime of hard work and contributions.
http://jerseyeveningpost.com/news/2015/12/23/dont-means-test-christmas-bonus-says-age-concern-head/

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Re: Politicians that voted against giving Jersey pensions £83.73
« Reply #1 on: December 24, 2015, 01:45:35 AM »
A fine list of who not to vote for, and which parishes. Need to. Find any body else to be the constable.
I am sure some of those pensioners,who have the time  to spare. Could get a candidate. To stand .
Low turn out. For the constables. Elections
And usually kept a bit quite as not to raise to many  candidates,IMHO.