Quayle visits Westminster to establish Brexit stance
The Chief Minister says the Island must ensure its voice is heard during the Brexit process.
Howard Quayle was in Westminster yesterday to meet with the Chief Ministers of Jersey and Guernsey, as well as UK MPs from the Department for Exiting the European Union and the Department for International Trade.
The meeting is the second in a series of quarterly hearings to help the Crown Dependencies establish their position as Britain prepares to exit the European Union.
Mr Quayle believes meeting people face-to-face ensures the Island's views are heard, and that a large proportion of his time in the coming years will be spent on seeking the best possible outcome for the Island.