From Ken Taylor.
RECENTLY, our ministers announced that they would be meeting at the Hotel de France, to discuss the plan for the way we would be going for the next three years.
Once again was there no mention of capping the Island population. We are grossly over-populated, and still people are flowing in, apparently unchecked, bringing more traffic chaos, more strain on the overstretched services, longer queues everywhere more cramming in of houses. We have long passed saturation point, and with the increasing job losses in the UK I can only see this influx increasing.
I think I will be speaking for many people when I say that we had high hopes at the time of the election, but alas, we all know what happened and with the old guard back in charge, no change. So as we continue down this road (bumper to bumper) we appear to be heading for yet another disaster with the sunken road and second finance centre development still looming, given our present economic climate, which is still being ignored by our Chief Minister.
No recession in Jersey, to quote his recent claim. It seems we are going only one way, and it is not our way. Some future, eh?
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