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"Members of Tynwald have backed Howard Quayle to become the island’s next chief minister.

 

He got 12 Keys votes and every vote from the Leglislative Council.

 

The new Chief Minister is due to give a press conference this afternoon. It is expected he will announced his ministerial line-up later this week. He has said in his manifesto that he not appoint any MLCs as Ministers.

 

Mr Quayle’s backers were: Alex Allinson, David Ashford, Tim Baker, Geoffrey Boot, Ann Corlett, Graham Cregeen, Ray Harmer, Bill Malarkey, Jason Moorhouse, Howard Quayle, Laurence Skelly and Juan Watterson.

 

Mr Cannan’s backers were: Clare Bettison, Daphne Caine, Rob Callister, Alfred Cannan, Ralph Peake, Martyn Perkins, Chris Robertshaw, Bill Shimmins and Chris Thomas.

 

Kate Beecroft attracted votes only from the three Liberal Vannin members, Julie Edge, Lawrie Hooper and herself. "

 

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"Members of Tynwald have backed Howard Quayle to become the island’s next chief minister.

 

He got 12 Keys votes and every vote from the Leglislative Council.

 

The new Chief Minister is due to give a press conference this afternoon. It is expected he will announced his ministerial line-up later this week. He has said in his manifesto that he not appoint any MLCs as Ministers.

 

Mr Quayle’s backers were: Alex Allinson, David Ashford, Tim Baker, Geoffrey Boot, Ann Corlett, Graham Cregeen, Ray Harmer, Bill Malarkey, Jason Moorhouse, Howard Quayle, Laurence Skelly and Juan Watterson.

 

Mr Cannan’s backers were: Clare Bettison, Daphne Caine, Rob Callister, Alfred Cannan, Ralph Peake, Martyn Perkins, Chris Robertshaw, Bill Shimmins and Chris Thomas.

 

Kate Beecroft attracted votes only from the three Liberal Vannin members, Julie Edge, Lawrie Hooper and herself. "

 

Etc, etc.....

 

Disgraceful from my two members in Arbory, Castletown and Malew neither of whom I voted for.

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"Members of Tynwald have backed Howard Quayle to become the island’s next chief minister.

 

He got 12 Keys votes and every vote from the Leglislative Council.

 

The new Chief Minister is due to give a press conference this afternoon. It is expected he will announced his ministerial line-up later this week. He has said in his manifesto that he not appoint any MLCs as Ministers.

 

Mr Quayle’s backers were: Alex Allinson, David Ashford, Tim Baker, Geoffrey Boot, Ann Corlett, Graham Cregeen, Ray Harmer, Bill Malarkey, Jason Moorhouse, Howard Quayle, Laurence Skelly and Juan Watterson.

 

Mr Cannan’s backers were: Clare Bettison, Daphne Caine, Rob Callister, Alfred Cannan, Ralph Peake, Martyn Perkins, Chris Robertshaw, Bill Shimmins and Chris Thomas.

 

Kate Beecroft attracted votes only from the three Liberal Vannin members, Julie Edge, Lawrie Hooper and herself. "

 

Etc, etc.....

Disgraceful from my two members in Arbory, Castletown and Malew neither of whom I voted for.

 

 

I did vote for one of them but when I next meet them I will be bending their ears ! idiots !!!

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I dont know why Beecroft stood. She wasn't ever getting in and all it did was dilute the vote for Cannan.

She should be congratulated for standing.

 

 

So should Alf Cannan, and for gaining the majority of support. As far as I'm concerned, he's the real Chief Minister of the Isle of Man Government in exile........ Howard Quayle is a pretender and his government is null and void.

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