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Guernsey's chief minister has apologised for suggesting Islamophobia among its inhabitants was behind a decision not to accept refugees.

Jonathan Le Tocq's original comments, where he expressed fears about negativity and an unwelcoming attitude, prompted a backlash.

States advocate Peter Ferbrache said the remark was "ill-judged" and islanders were "decent people".


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