Sir Oliver Heald, the Minister of State for Courts and Justice will visit Jersey next week.
This will be his first visit to Jersey since he took office in July as the UK Minister with responsibility for Crown Dependencies.
During his visit the Minister will meet the Bailiff, William Bailhache, the Chief Minister Senator Ian Gorst, the Minister for Extremal Relations, Senator Sir Philip Bailhache as well as other Ministers. The Minister will stay at Government House as a guest of the Lieutenant Governor, Sir John McColl.
Senator Bailhache said: "Jersey's relationship with the UK is one of enduring mutual benefit. The UK is our strongest partner in trade and business and I am particularly pleased to host the Minister in Jersey so that he can see at first hand some of the other aspects of our Island's rich cultural and historical heritage."
Sir Oliver will be guest of honour at a dinner hosted by the Bailiff on the evening of October 10th.
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