Public need 'proof' of budgeting, says Guernsey deputy

Guernsey's government departments need to prove they are using money wisely before asking for more from the taxpayer, says one deputy.

Treasury and Resources Department member Roger Domaille said despite efficiencies being called for, there had been a 10% growth in spending.

He said islanders would accept tax rises to balance the books, but not until budgets were properly controlled.

Deputy Domaille said: "There's a long way to go to prove value for money."

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