This was another one of those weeks which didn’t feel stressful or particularly busy, but there was certainly a lot of reading involved and a lot of small tasks that took up a considerable amount of time.
A change of pace this week after a busy Tynwald sitting last week, but I am not complaining because it has enabled me to catch up with correspondence, projects and a lot of reading especially relating to the Education Bill […]
Tuesday this week saw the first sitting of Tynwald in 2020, and it was certainly a bumper sitting with several big items up for discussion, including an £8 million Supplementary Vote from the Department of Health and Social Care, the […]
The Isle of Man Social Attitudes Survey for 2019 has been published, and it certainly makes interesting reading. It is one of the publications that all Tynwald Members should read, and although the information should be considered in the correct […]
With the Conservatives’ UK general election victory last week still ringing in the ears of the Labour leadership and for their supporters across the UK, I do wonder if anyone actually spares a thought for those MPs who have lost […]