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John Richards quits States role

Posted Thu 11th February 2010 at 14:17

The Lieutenant Governor's States of Alderney representative has resigned.

Islander John Richards stepped down a day after January's States meeting, during which the controversial anti-smoking legislation was passed.

Mr Richards, of Carrier Viront, took on the role two years ago. He confirmed to The Journal that he had resigned but refused to be drawn on his reasons for quitting.

Mr Richards said he would decide whether or not to speak about his resignation in the coming weeks and months. He said quitting had been a "difficult decision".

Sir Norman Browse, President of the States, said the Lieutenant Governor, Sir Fabion Malbon, will appoint Mr Richards's successor after taking any advice he considers he needs.

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