Minister wants changes to Bailiff's entertainment panel
Jersey's education, sport and culture minister wants to change the way the Bailiff gets advice on entertainment.
Any public entertainment in Jersey needs the permission of the Bailiff.
The Bailiff's Panel for the Control of Public Entertainment advises the Bailiff on his decision but it has only met twice in the past 15 years.
Because of this the minister wants the relative agencies to be asked to provide panel members as needed, instead of appointing specific members.
Deputy James Reed's proposal is in a report which is being presented to the States.