Covid-19, the Local Authority Elections, a new President of Tynwald and a very long final sitting of Tynwald this week before I can finally turn my focus to the House of Keys General Election on Thursday 23rd September.
This week the coronavirus pandemic (Covid-19) is very much back in the headlines once again after a sharp increase in the number of active cases on the island. On Monday 18 new cases were reported, which brought the total number […]
On Monday this week we celebrated Tynwald Day here on the Isle of Man and this year was particularly special because Her Royal Highness Princess Anne came as guest of honour to preside over the Ceremony, which attracted a large […]
Over the past few weeks I have deliberately not mentioned any active cases of Covid-19 on the island because as a society we are meant to be living with the virus, but concerns have been raised after the number of […]
Hard to believe that this administration is almost done, in less than four months the island will have a new House of Keys, a new Chief Minister, new Ministers and no doubt several new House of Keys Members to start […]
The weather on the island over the past week or so has been almost perfect, which is such a shame especially when we should have been enjoying a week of top quality racing at this year’s TT Festival – my […]
Later on this month the Treasury Minister, Alf Cannan, MHK will be asking Tynwald to approve £400 million of borrowing, which he described as laying a solid foundation for the next Isle of Man Government.
This week Stephen Hind, Director of the Audit Advisory within the Manx Government structure published his final and independent report in respect of the events surrounding February 2021 and the Covid-19 Outbreak and its Relation to the Isle of Man […]