Quayle’s Law

Quayle Must Obey the Quayle Rule On February 19th Chief Minister, Howard Quayle in his Coronavirus Media Briefing announced the Quayle Rule, that the results of the Steam Packet investigation would be published: “So, as soon as we have something, then of course we’ll share it with you”. At the Coronavirus Media Briefing on February …

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2021 Election Year

Local Authority elections are being held on Thursday, April 22nd Elections for Members of the House of Keys, in the general election, on Thursday, September 23rd Would you like to help shape the future of our Island? Are you interested in supporting your local community? If so, Liberal Vannin would like to talk to you. …

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Question Time

Liberal Vannin is giving an opportunity to the people of the Island to hear – and question – a variety of voices on this year’s Isle of Man Government budget. Panel members are, in alphabetical order: Debbie Halsall, President, IoM TUC Lawrie Hooper, MHK for Ramsey Michael Josem, Manx TaxPayers’ Alliance Neal Mellon, CEO, IoM …

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Publicity Drive

Liberal Vannin has embarked on its 2021 publicity drive to let voters know what we stand for. We are also encouraging people to get involved in politics on the Island, by joining or supporting Liberal Vannin. Leaflets are being delivered constituency by constituency, starting in the North in February with Ayre & Michael With local …

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Tynwald Letting the Grass Grow

Media Release January 21st 2021: Tynwald continues to drag its heels over the personal use of cannabis on the Island. We welcome the changes this week, to the Misuse of Drugs Act, 1976 and the introduction of licensing regulations allowing the cultivation and commercial production of cannabis products and we wish companies taking up these …

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Policy Discussion Groups

Liberal Vannin is establishing policy working groups to inform the party prior to drawing up our manifesto for the Tynwald General Election in September. In no priority order our initial 10 policy areas are: • Housing • Tourism • Health • Rural / Marine Economy (Agriculture and Fisheries) • Crime & Punishment • Local Gov …

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