Island's concerns will be considered - Quayle
Chief Minister Howard Quayle says he believes the Island's concerns will be considered in Brexit negotiations.
He was speaking ahead giving evidence to the the House of Lords European Union Committee in London tomorrow (Tues)
The committee is carrying out a short inquiry on the implications of Brexit for the Crown Dependencies, examining their existing relationship with the EU, and how this will be affected by Brexit.
Mr Quayle says the Island has to be ready for any eventuality.
The committee will sit tomorrow (Tuesday 20 December) at 4pm, and will also hear evidence from Senator Ian Gorst of Jersey, and Deputy Gavin St Pier, Guernsey.