When a recent report on Island Identity was being put together, there was a “heated discussion” over whether ‘Anglicisation’ should be referenced.
Senior civil servants had reportedly strongly pushed back on the suggestion that Jersey’s unique heritage had somehow been disrupted in recent years by an ‘imported’ UK-style culture, and that those in Government ought to learn more about the terrain they were working in.
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