Increasingly, Lester Queripel seems to lose the plot during the latter stages of his political career. That he cares deeply about islanders welfare is not in doubt. However, he seems to lack any practical appreciation of how bad this crisis is or what is needed to rescue it. That the business before the Assembly today is whether and how to borrow half a billion pounds and he raises questions about how much of it will be spent on Sport? By his own admission, money is not his area – so why waste States time? He is out of his depth and sounds it. In his defence, he also wants further detail in respect of Lyndon Trott’s assertion that we will ‘get to the detail later’ (so just give us the money, presumably). We would all like to know that detail and not just the scaremongering rhetoric Deputy Trott.