Islands united

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THE Chief Minister yesterday set out his vision for unprecedented co-operation with Guernsey and raised the prospect of a joint police force, customs and immigration service and foreign affairs committee.

'I believe passionately in us working far more closely together than we ever have before,' said Senator Ian Gorst.

He set out the vision to business leaders at the Jersey Chamber of Commerce's monthly lunch at the Pomme d'Or Hotel. He was due to be joined by Guernsey's Chief Minster, Deputy Peter Harwood to discuss mutual co-operation between the Islands, but his Sarnian opposite number was fogbound and unable to make it.

'I am delighted to have been invited to talk about the progress we are making on mutual co-operation between our islands,' Senator Gorst said.

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