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CI weather: Murky overnight before a sunnier Tuesday

BBC Weather

A mainly dry but murky Monday night is expected with plenty of cloud. Most places will again stay dry, but there will be the chance of the odd spot of drizzle in places. Light north to northwesterly winds.

Minimum temperature: 14C (57F).

A dry but cloudy start to Tuesday, although some spells of sunshine will develop as the day goes on. A moderate north-easterly breeze.

Maximum temperature: 18C (64F).


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Crown Dependencies politicians hold summit in Douglas

Adam Durbin

BBC News Online

Politicians from Guernsey and Jersey have gathered in the Isle of Man for a new conference to discuss the three similarly administered jurisdictions.

The politicians have gathered for the first Commonwealth Parliamentary Association (CPA) Crown Dependencies Network Conference.

During the summit, politicians are set to discuss common areas of interest and mutually beneficial forms of cooperation, as well as having the opportunity to network with other politicians and legislature staff.

At this time of political uncertainty it is particularly important to strengthen our relationships with the Commonwealth and Commonwealth jurisdictions who have a lot to offer one another. It is especially the case with our fellow Crown Dependencies and jurisdictions with similar relationships with the UK and EU.

Deputy Carolyn LabeyChair of the Jersey branch of the CPA

Cav's cracker seals point

Brent Pilnick

BBC Sport

Former Jersey midfielder Cavaghn Miley scored a late equaliser for Eastleigh in the National League on Saturday.

The 85th-minute strike ensured a 1-1 draw at home to Bromley with Eastleigh now 15th in the fifth tier of English football.

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More than £6.5m seized from criminals in Jersey

BBC Radio Jersey

Jersey authorities have seized more than £6.5m from criminals in the last 20 months.

They took £6,708,097 between November 2017 and July of this year.

Most of that will now be spent on updating facilities at La Moye prison.

They've also given Jersey's environmental protection team £6,300 towards their efforts to stop people dumping rubbish illegally.

Deputy's plan for drugs testing in Jersey

BBC Radio Jersey

People in Jersey could be able to take illegal or unknown drugs to the health department for testing if a politician's scheme is approved.

Deputy Montfort Tadier questioned the Home Affairs Minister about the possibility of introducing such a scheme in the States this week.

He thinks people should be able to surrender drugs to be tested, without worrying about any legal repercussions.

The minister, Constable Len Norman, says he's happy to have a conversation about how to reduce harm from these types of drugs.

It comes after batches of unusually strong drugs were recently linked to five people being hospitalised in Jersey.