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Sacked chairman says Post Office plans are 'dead'

Thu, 21 Apr 2016


The fired Post Office chairman says he believes corporatisation plans are "dead" until the next administration.

Graham Cregeen says he now feels "vindicated" after Tynwald threw out the idea - despite Members agreeing in principle that the statutory board should become a government owned company.

The Council of Ministers backed the plans and a decision to sack the Malew and Santon MHK after he disagreed with them.

He's now accused CoMIN of presenting policies in "a rush" and says he believes the office can now continue without issue:

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