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Speech on the CoMin’s response to Covid-19 Review – July 2024

2024-07-18T12:39:07+01:0018 July 2024|

Thank you Mr. President,

I welcome this response by the Council of Ministers and the Chief Minister in respect of the Isle of Man Independent Covid-19 review report by Kate Brunner KC.

In April the Chief Minister mentioned that Covid-19 was arguably the most significant global event since World War II, but I […]

Concerns over public housing thresholds ‘ignored’

2024-07-17T19:07:05+01:0017 July 2024|

Housing estateDoI commits to reviewing system

The Department of Infrastructure is facing criticism from MHKs who say concerns raised about public sector housing thresholds have been ‘ignored’.

Minister Tim Crookall has acknowledged the financial difference between single and joint applicants is insufficient and has committed […]

Dr Taylor’s Solar Panels Approved

2024-07-09T14:41:28+01:009 July 2024|

Dr John Taylor’s application to install three photovoltaic trackers has been approved by planners.

The trackers tilt to increase the amount of solar power they capture.

They will be installed in a field on Douglas Road in Ballasalla.

Despite being able to capture “50,989 KW/Hrs per […]

Peel Sewage Plans Approved

2024-07-09T14:34:38+01:009 July 2024|

Planners have given unanimous backing to a regional treatment works in Peel, which will largely stop the dumping of raw sewage into the sea.

Manx Utilities’ application is to build a treatment works on land just off Glenfaba Road in Sunset City.

The single storey […]

Callister ‘certainly’ standing again in 2026

2024-07-09T14:26:52+01:009 July 2024|

Rob Callister with manx FlagOnchan MHK questioned on his intention to seek re-election

Onchan MHK Rob Callister says he’ll be standing for election again in 2026, in what’s possibly the first public declaration so far.

He’s represented the constituency since 2016 and was […]

Calls for referendum on assisted dying law defeated

2024-07-03T11:57:50+01:003 July 2024|

Politicians have spent most of this afternoon debating clauses and amendments to the legislation

Assisted dying legislation will not be put to a public vote after calls for a referendum were narrowly defeated.

Ayre and Michael MHK Alfred Cannan wanted to give the Manx public the final say on whether a law – […]

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