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November sitting of Tynwald gets underway this morning

Tue, 21 Nov 2017

The Paradise Papers, Programme for Government and war memorials will all be discussed in this month's sitting of Tynwald.

Chief Minister Howard Quayle will be asked how he intends to restore business confidence in the Island following the recent publication of the so-called Paradise Papers

Policy and Reform Minister Chris Thomas will present a mid-year report on the Programme for Government, while Speaker of the House of Keys Juan Watterson wants a committee to be established to organise a national memorial in St John's to commemorate those lost in World War 1.

National income figures, rallying on the Island and the future of Ramsey & District Cottage Hospital will also be up for discussion.

The November sitting of Tynwald gets underway from 10.30am.


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