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Spuan is back from what was literally a jollyday. The great accountant is paid to be a minister of this land of our birth, but when he is not poncing around in a pretend uniform, he thinks up some other wheeze to be away from it.

 

Those Tynwald bods who read this forum should ask why Spuan, the Minister of Fun and the bewigged Mr Phillips all had to go to Cameroon, and what exactly their route and, ahem, stopovers were. This could uncover some surprises, but no doubt the boy from Port Erin will claim that holidaying in North Africa was in fact representing his constituents and our glorious government.

 

He has only been back for five minutes and has told everyone that he is jetting off to Africa again immediately to be a teacher of some sort. More dedication, free flights, meals, swanky hotels and loads of booze. The cost of his trips in the last few weeks would pay a copper’s wages for a year.

He’s a disgrace.

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Spuan is back from what was literally a jollyday. The great accountant is paid to be a minister of this land of our birth, but when he is not poncing around in a pretend uniform, he thinks up some other wheeze to be away from it.

 

Those Tynwald bods who read this forum should ask why Spuan, the Minister of Fun and the bewigged Mr Phillips all had to go to Cameroon, and what exactly their route and, ahem, stopovers were. This could uncover some surprises, but no doubt the boy from Port Erin will claim that holidaying in North Africa was in fact representing his constituents and our glorious government.

 

He has only been back for five minutes and has told everyone that he is jetting off to Africa again immediately to be a teacher of some sort. More dedication, free flights, meals, swanky hotels and loads of booze. The cost of his trips in the last few weeks would pay a copper’s wages for a year.

He’s a disgrace.

In January of this year the bewigged Mr. Phillips also accompanied that well practiced freeloading imbiber Rodan to a Commonwealth Parliamentary Association event in... New Zealand.... for 2 weeks. No doubt the taxpayer received an excellent return on that investment. Bastards.

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Spuan is back from what was literally a jollyday. The great accountant is paid to be a minister of this land of our birth, but when he is not poncing around in a pretend uniform, he thinks up some other wheeze to be away from it.

 

Those Tynwald bods who read this forum should ask why Spuan, the Minister of Fun and the bewigged Mr Phillips all had to go to Cameroon, and what exactly their route and, ahem, stopovers were. This could uncover some surprises, but no doubt the boy from Port Erin will claim that holidaying in North Africa was in fact representing his constituents and our glorious government.

 

He has only been back for five minutes and has told everyone that he is jetting off to Africa again immediately to be a teacher of some sort. More dedication, free flights, meals, swanky hotels and loads of booze. The cost of his trips in the last few weeks would pay a copper’s wages for a year.

He’s a disgrace.

Why is he a disgrace, what has he done wrong there?

Do you know exactly why and what he went out to do there?

Was he acting on instructions by others or just going for a jolly as you put it?

Who would you have preferred to go instead of him and why?

 

You're sounding so much like Richard Murphy, it's uncanny!

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"Do you know exactly why and what he went out to do there?" - no, but we should.

"Was he acting on instructions by others or just going for a jolly as you put it?" - ditto

 

Incidentally, there was one of these type of trips to Africa, not too many decades ago. The MHK and his colleague died not too long afterwards.

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Spuan is back from what was literally a jollyday. The great accountant is paid to be a minister of this land of our birth, but when he is not poncing around in a pretend uniform, he thinks up some other wheeze to be away from it.

 

Those Tynwald bods who read this forum should ask why Spuan, the Minister of Fun and the bewigged Mr Phillips all had to go to Cameroon, and what exactly their route and, ahem, stopovers were. This could uncover some surprises, but no doubt the boy from Port Erin will claim that holidaying in North Africa was in fact representing his constituents and our glorious government.

 

He has only been back for five minutes and has told everyone that he is jetting off to Africa again immediately to be a teacher of some sort. More dedication, free flights, meals, swanky hotels and loads of booze. The cost of his trips in the last few weeks would pay a copper’s wages for a year.

He’s a disgrace.

 

What stopovers? Feel free to PM me details if it's such as secret - or try ManxLeaks! Oh wait....no...better PM me :)

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Those Tynwald bods who read this forum should ask why Spuan, the Minister of Fun and the bewigged Mr Phillips all had to go to Cameroon, and what exactly their route and, ahem, stopovers were. This could uncover some surprises, but no doubt the boy from Port Erin will claim that holidaying in North Africa was in fact representing his constituents and our glorious government.

Perhaps they were selected as prime candidates for Ebola? I can't think of 3 better candidates to send to Africa in the midst of an Ebola outbreak myself.

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"Do you know exactly why and what he went out to do there?" - no, but we should.

"Was he acting on instructions by others or just going for a jolly as you put it?" - ditto

 

Incidentally, there was one of these type of trips to Africa, not too many decades ago. The MHK and his colleague died not too long afterwards.

Discussion in Cameroon involved at least these -

Two discussion forums were held by the small branches yesterday:

- the importance of education for small state resilience, and

- the role of Parliaments in supporting the vulnerable.

 

If you want to find out what else he did there, then why not write a letter to him?

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Spuan is back from what was literally a jollyday. The great accountant is paid to be a minister of this land of our birth, but when he is not poncing around in a pretend uniform, he thinks up some other wheeze to be away from it.

 

Those Tynwald bods who read this forum should ask why Spuan, the Minister of Fun and the bewigged Mr Phillips all had to go to Cameroon, and what exactly their route and, ahem, stopovers were. This could uncover some surprises, but no doubt the boy from Port Erin will claim that holidaying in North Africa was in fact representing his constituents and our glorious government.

 

He has only been back for five minutes and has told everyone that he is jetting off to Africa again immediately to be a teacher of some sort. More dedication, free flights, meals, swanky hotels and loads of booze. The cost of his trips in the last few weeks would pay a copper’s wages for a year.

He’s a disgrace.

 

What stopovers? Feel free to PM me details if it's such as secret - or try ManxLeaks! Oh wait....no...better PM me smile.png

 

 

Here is some information. As any fule kno, the cheapest and most direct way to Cameroon is IOM-MAN-CDG-DLA. Why then did Spuan, Cretiny and the bewigged Mr Phillips include RAK in their itinerary, with the stopover being days rather than hours??

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The trip expenses should just be banned. End of. Putting it into perspective...airport parking charges for a year are being introduced to cover the expenses for this trip.

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Spuan is back from what was literally a jollyday. The great accountant is paid to be a minister of this land of our birth, but when he is not poncing around in a pretend uniform, he thinks up some other wheeze to be away from it.

 

Those Tynwald bods who read this forum should ask why Spuan, the Minister of Fun and the bewigged Mr Phillips all had to go to Cameroon, and what exactly their route and, ahem, stopovers were. This could uncover some surprises, but no doubt the boy from Port Erin will claim that holidaying in North Africa was in fact representing his constituents and our glorious government.

 

He has only been back for five minutes and has told everyone that he is jetting off to Africa again immediately to be a teacher of some sort. More dedication, free flights, meals, swanky hotels and loads of booze. The cost of his trips in the last few weeks would pay a copper’s wages for a year.

He’s a disgrace.

 

What stopovers? Feel free to PM me details if it's such as secret - or try ManxLeaks! Oh wait....no...better PM me :)

Here is some information. As any fule kno, the cheapest and most direct way to Cameroon is IOM-MAN-CDG-DLA. Why then did Spuan, Cretiny and the bewigged Mr Phillips include RAK in their itinerary, with the stopover being days rather than hours??

Just a crazy, wild guess on my part but could it be because they are freeloading craphounds? Just sayin'.

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"Do you know exactly why and what he went out to do there?" - no, but we should.

"Was he acting on instructions by others or just going for a jolly as you put it?" - ditto

 

Incidentally, there was one of these type of trips to Africa, not too many decades ago. The MHK and his colleague died not too long afterwards.

Discussion in Cameroon involved at least these -

Two discussion forums were held by the small branches yesterday:[/size]- the importance of education for small state resilience, and[/size]- the role of Parliaments in supporting the vulnerable.[/size]

 

If you want to find out what else he did there, then why not write a letter to him?

Are either relevant to a man representing a few thousand people in the Parish of Rushen in the Isle of Man? And why should Wann have to write to ask the question? Surely the reason for spending the money going on the trip should have been made clear to the people paying for it (us) before the ticket was booked?

 

I can't answer that question, but if you wish to check with him, I'm sure that he'll tell you or 'others who are knocking him'.

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