Channel Islands: working more closely together, but the rivalry remains

Channel Islands: working more closely together, but the rivalry remains

The relationship between Jersey and Guernsey has been described as being like that of a pair of rivalrous siblings. Some say the animosity dates back to the English Civil War of 1642 – 1651, when the two islands, separated by 25 miles of water, were on opposite sides. Here, Jersey resident Peter Body, who was born in Guernsey, looks at how they’re getting along – and whether they are prepared to work together as the post-Brexit European landscape is hammered out. There is one subject o...

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