Waterfront: The last .rallying cry

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At Communicare last night about 150 people heard anti-deal campaigner Dick Shenton and Senator Ted Vibert urge States Members to ditch the deal that, if accepted, will see Les Pas given a £10m prime waterfront site in return for dropping its legal claim to the St Helier foreshore.The message got through to St Brelade Deputies Julian Bernstein and Peter Troy, who said that they would oppose the deal when it comes before the States.However, P & R will not face a vote of no confidence.

Senator Vibert said that he and Senator Paul Le Claire had decided that the place to fight was on the floor of the House.

‘And if P & R lose, they should resign.’The final meeting ended on a high note for Mr Shenton with a standing ovation for coming out of retirement at 77 to fight the proposed deal.

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