Chief Minister holds more Westminster talks

The Chief Minister has been highlighting the Island's contribution to the British economy during a meeting with members of the UK Parliament.

Howard Quayle and Environment, Food and Agriculture Minister Geoffrey Boot were in Westminster yesterday to hold talks with the Minister responsible for the Crown Dependencies and the Lord Mayor of the City of London.

The talks included discussions about the ongoing Brexit negotiations, as well as the Island's position as an international business centre.

The Government says the trip was part of the Island's ongoing programme of engagement with Westminster to raise awareness of the Island's position.