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Does anyone know anything about this Twickenham company, who apparently have an option on the Middlemarch site? I've looked on the internet, but couldn't find anything out about them?

do you think by any chance some Govt mis-information in that Twickenham Limited should read perhaps as either

BALLAPADDAG FARM PRODUCE LIMITED formerly Twickenham Properties Limited

or

Twickenham Investments Limited, formerly Robinsons Developments Limited

 

and bear in mind allegedly "Twickenham Limited" owns the former Yates' Wine Lodge building where as Anglo Irish Trust that used to be E&Y used to operate from and where Peter Horsthius used to be a director...maybe just co-incidental - what do you think??

 

which reminds me that I thought I heard or saw on here that Ropbinsons are allegedly owed / were owed a big slab by the Sefton Group.. wonder if the outstanding account has been paid from the Govt loan...

 

If the Sefton group goes under then assuming the above to be correct the Horsthius clan will be rather well off (which they were to begin with).

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Or: Tynwald is clearly being abused by some members who are effectively using it as a retirement fund.

In the Report ‘Government Support for the Sefton Group’ there are a number of what might be called core or central propositions which if successfully challenged render the supporting explanations stan

It is self interest, short-sightedness, poor planning, and thinking we still live in the 1950's, that has made Douglas the ever-worsening shit hole it is. People need to stand up against such iss

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I know Eddie is prone to various outbursts of varying accuracy, but todays pronouncement imo takes the biscuit ......

 

" Sefton Group has not received any special treatment "

 

I would call secret loans and an unwillingness to reveal what their indebtedness to gov in terms of taxation and NI is amounts to very special treatment methinks !

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Given the size of the 'loan' and the fact that social benefit recipients are to refused more than one loan, it'd be more accurate to describe the 'Sweetheart' deal as particularly special treament

 

Maybe Eddie meant it was 'extra-special treatment'

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This seems to have slipped off the top rung of public gossip at the moment so I'm thinking they'll try and stall, fudge and mislead until the public get tired and move onto something else.

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The main thing is that its still open for a bite to eat and a refreshing drink after performing at the Gaiety or the Villa - but I bet you didn't even think of that, did you?

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http://www.manxradio.com/newsread.aspx?id=65263

 

An MHK says she wants to ensure there can be no repeat of the government’s Sefton Group bailout.

South Douglas member Kate Beecroft will next week ask Tynwald to voice its disapproval after the Council of Ministers progressed the £4.5 million deal without the need for Tynwald backing.

The rescue package includes a £1.3 million loan, plus £3.2 million to buy land in Douglas earmarked for development.

Mrs Beecroft is questioning whether it has been done legally.

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Their own rules say they can't give a loan if a company or individual owes taxes or NI contributions.

 

You can't even get a loan to insulate your loft if you owe anything to IOM government.

 

I guess rules are made to be broken in the interest of our god 'the national economy'.

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Donald. That is a short, concise and thought provoking post.

 

I thought this was an interesting quote from the link, which can easily be amended to suit this thread:

 



Social Care Minister Chris Robertshaw said: ‘The scheme is clearly being abused by some claimants who are effectively using the department as a cash machine.’

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Donald. That is a short, concise and thought provoking post.

 

I thought this was an interesting quote from the link, which can easily be amended to suit this thread:

 

 

Social Care Minister Chris Robertshaw said: ‘The scheme is clearly being abused by some claimants who are effectively using the department as a cash machine.’

Or: Tynwald is clearly being abused by some members who are effectively using it as a retirement fund.

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