The Attorney General of Jersey, Tim le Cocq, and HM Procureur of Guernsey, Howard Roberts, visited Brussels on 20-21 November for a series of meetings, including with the Commission (DG Justice), the UK and Irish Permanent Representations, and the Mission of the Faroes to the EU. The visit was an opportunity to demonstrate the seriousness of Guernsey and Jersey’s engagement on international judicial cooperation, including with the EU and its Member States in many areas covered by the EU’s criminal justice agenda, including asset recovery. The visit was also an opportunity to discuss institutional and constitutional developments in the EU of relevance to the Channel Islands.
Coronavirus: Guernsey and Jersey responses include measures to protect EU citizens resident in the Channel Islands
Like the rest of Europe, Guernsey and Jersey have been impacted by the coronavirus pandemic. …