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Speech on MLC’s in Departments

2024-04-18T10:51:36+01:0018 April 2024|

tynwaldThank you Mr. President

Over the past 10 years there have been various reviews undertaken and reports published in respect of the functioning of Tynwald, but importantly the role to be undertaken by Members of Legislative Council who are not publicly elected by the […]

Review of the Members’ Standards

2024-04-18T10:44:47+01:0018 April 2024|

tynwaldThank you Mr. President,  

My contribution today in respect of the Tynwald Members’ Standards report is not about me personally or about the various investigations and enquiries that I have had to deal with over past the 18 months….

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Gaza Ceasefire – April 2024 – Tynwald

2024-04-18T10:39:18+01:0018 April 2024|

Thank you Mr President 

I stand in support of the Motion on the Order Paper here today…..

Partly, because I am extremely disappointed in the way that the House of Commons has voted and debated on this particular issue […]

Onchan MHK wants to prevent ‘lines getting blurred’

2024-04-05T11:19:27+01:005 April 2024|

Rob CallisterCallister doesn’t want MLCs serving in more than one department

An Onchan MHK believes ‘lines are being blurred’ between the publicly elected members of the House of Keys and the Legislative Council.

Rob Callister is calling for Tynwald to reaffirm a previous resolution […]

Plans to remove Bishop’s vote ‘stalled’ again

2024-03-28T17:05:28+00:0028 March 2024|

Lawrie HooperClauses of bill to be read in April instead

There’s another delay for the private members bill which aims to remove the Bishop’s vote in Tynwald.

The clauses of the bill, from Ramsey MHK Lawrie Hooper, were due for consideration in the House […]

MHK’s bid to ‘make Onchan great again’ defeated

2024-03-25T11:53:04+00:0025 March 2024|

Rob Callister says he’s waited almost a decade to be able to attempt to reunite his constituency

Residents of Onchan won’t be reunited with parts of the constituency that were lost due to boundary changes any time soon.

It’s after Tynwald rejected a […]

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