Senator John Le Fondré met with the All-Party Parliamentary Group for the Channel Islands to outline Jersey's aims for Brexit.Read the full story ›
Short and medium term permit holders due to reach their five-year threshold by February 2020 are being allowed to remain for an extra year.Read the full story ›
The Home Affairs Minister says getting rid of the fee will mean Jersey resident EU citizens will not be disadvantaged by changes in the UK.Read the full story ›
A panel of Guernsey's leading business experts is coming together to look at the possible challenges to the economy after Brexit.Read the full story ›
As UK MPs prepare to vote on Theresa May's Withdrawal Agreement, Clare Burton has been looking into the islands' preparations...Read the full story ›
Today's event will explain what the islands need to do after Brexit, and what will happen in the event of a no-deal outcome.Read the full story ›
Jersey's government has set aside money to deport foreign residents who have committed serious crimes.Read the full story ›
Islanders wishing to travel to the EU with their pets immediately after Brexit could have less than two weeks to start preparations.Read the full story ›
Jersey's External Relations Minister says he welcomes the statement made by Theresa May detailing her Brexit agreement with Brussels.Read the full story ›
Daylight saving could be coming to an end.
The annual clock changes in spring and autumn could be replaced by a fixed time all year round, if EU plans become reality next year.
Each member state have to decide between staying in fixed summer time or switching to an eternal winter time come October 2019.
Even though the UK is leaving the EU, it will be directly affected.
Although the Channel Islands is not part of the EU, we want to know what you think would be best for the islands?
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