Competition Bill to return to Keys

2022-08-12T11:49:45+01:0029 March 2021|

Proceedings had been halted due to ‘confusion’

The Competition Bill is to return to the House of Keys next week (Tuesday, 30 March) after it was halted by confusion on Tuesday.

The bill aims to prevent against unfair competition if a firm has a dominant position in […]

Judgments register is limited

2022-08-12T12:05:59+01:0022 May 2020|

Alf CannanThe range of the Judgments Register, often referred to as a register of debt, limits its effectiveness in providing a true representation of civil debts.

Treasury Minister Alfred Cannan said Treasury has been working toward introducing amending legislation as part of […]

New laws could give traffic wardens more powers

2022-08-12T13:44:04+01:0026 August 2019|

Only police can currently issue fines overnight

Traffic wardens could have their powers extended under new legislation planned by the Department of Infrastructure.

Currently, only police can issue fixed penalty notices for overnight and weekend waiting provisions, but that’s set to change this autumn.

The […]

Education Bill fair to Home Educators

2022-08-12T14:52:49+01:0026 February 2019|

Issue raised in House of Keys

The Department of Education, Sport and Culture’s consultation on the draft Education Bill is open to everyone, including home educators.

That’s according to Minister Graham Cregeen.

He was answering a question in Keys this morning from Onchan MHK Rob Callister.

Mr Callister wanted to know if the consultation was fair and impartial […]

MHK question on Education Bill

2022-08-12T14:54:13+01:0025 February 2019|

Consultation on the 2019 Education Bill will be discussed in the House of Keys tomorrow.

Onchan MHK Rob Callister wants to know what measures the Department of Education, Sport & Culture has taken to ensure the consultation process is fair and impartial regarding home educators.

He’ll put his query to DESC Minister, […]

MHK questions fairness of Education Bill consultation

2022-08-12T14:54:44+01:0023 February 2019|

Member believes some questions weren’t impartial enough

An MHK claims the consultation on the Education Bill has been unfair to home educators.

Onchan member Rob Callister will ask the Education Minister whether he feels the online survey is impartial in next week’s sitting of the House of Keys.

A seven-week consultation period on the draft bill […]

Review of Tourism Legislation

2022-08-12T15:32:08+01:005 December 2017|

The Department for Enterprise has issued a consultation on possible changes to the Island’s tourism legislation.

The consultation will review the existing tourism legislation in the Isle of Man and seek the views of interested parties on possible changes. The objective is to ensure […]

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