Politicians taking two-hour lunch breaks in Guernsey are facing scrutiny from their peers, who say this should be cut down to 90 minutes.
A proposal will be made by the States Assembly and Constitution Committee, despite one if its members Deputy Mark Dorey voting against the idea.
Deputy Peter Roffey, who heads up the committee, said a shorter lunch break is more in keeping with the modern world.
Quote Message: I know a lot of States members do have meetings during the lunch time, the two hours isn't necessarily over a five course lunch. [But] we believe, on balance, an hour and a half is plenty." from Deputy Peter Roffey