September 25, 2022

First with the Alderney News

Residents’ lawyers write to Attorney-General

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Michael Ellis QC

Lawyers for a group of Alderney residents, believed to be 22 in number, have recently written to the Attorney’ General’s office. It is understood that they are asking for a review of recent decisions by the Guernsey authorities in respect of various matters connected to the FABlink project.

The current Attorney-General is Suella Braverman, who is on leave, and her position is currently taken by Michael Ellis QC

Janes Solicitors is one of the UK’s top firms of solicitors, and is one of the few firms of solicitors that are “Privy Council Agents”, which means they can file cases and handle the procedural aspects of cases before the highest Channel Islands’ court, the JCPC.

In conversation with an informed source in the UK, AY News has this morning confirmed that the AG letter, the existence of which was reported by print publication Alderney Press early on Friday morning, has been sent. The source said that its contents were ‘a private communication to the AG’.

A spokesperson from Janes said to AY News: “We will review the eventual reply we receive and advise our clients accordingly. Our clients will decide what to do at that time”

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