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1 minute ago, Gladys said:

The interesting thing will be if an MHK presses the Minister to give an assurance in Tynwald  that all future CQC reports into Noble's will be published. 

Probably Moorehouse, can’t see Maltby, Faragher or any other others saying anything. They have kept quiet on gas, electric and the cost of living. Whilst Clare Barber, Jane Poole Wilson and Ann Corlett are more interested in Isle of Pride and playing committees. 

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4 minutes ago, 2112 said:

Probably Moorehouse, can’t see Maltby, Faragher or any other others saying anything. They have kept quiet on gas, electric and the cost of living. Whilst Clare Barber, Jane Poole Wilson and Ann Corlett are more interested in Isle of Pride and playing committees. 

What is an invertebrate simple definition?
 
: an animal having no backbone or internal skeleton. invertebrate. adjective. Medical Definition of invertebrate  : lacking a spinal column, sounds like all manx politicians
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In some defence of Hooper, it could be that he is in some cognisance of the problems, is trying to address such but the public announcements are alerting his opposition to reform to allow them to bolster their defense??? To effect their rebuttal before Hooper can unveil his 'Master Plan' or more particularly, his quiet, behind the scenes, plan to address the historic problems.

He now needs to come upfront and say how he will address these problems???

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@Beyond Beliefyou will find next week, the likes of Maltby, Faragher, Poole Wilson, Corlett and Barber all adopting faux holier than thou and concerned faces, whilst trying to outdo each other in the extraordinary Tynpotwald sitting. I’m not expecting miracles , but our elected representatives haven’t really shown understanding, compassion or the seriousness and gravity of the cost of living, price rises and businesses closing. Not everyone can work in egaming or have the skills to work in an office or in IT! Incidentally one business closed was the Close Leece which closed its Restaurant and Farm - I know a couple of people who worked their and now face having to get other jobs - one of them is of an older age and highly skilled either. I wonder whether Minister Barber has any comments, or she more interested in other matters?

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16 minutes ago, 2112 said:

Probably Moorehouse, can’t see Maltby, Faragher or any other others saying anything. They have kept quiet on gas, electric and the cost of living. Whilst Clare Barber, Jane Poole Wilson and Ann Corlett are more interested in Isle of Pride and playing committees. 

Faragher certainly hasn't kept quiet on any of those points and Maltby has been pretty vocal as well in fact she's busy knocking on doors of constituents.

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4 minutes ago, Kopek said:

In some defence of Hooper, it could be that he is in some cognisance of the problems, is trying to address such but the public announcements are alerting his opposition to reform to allow them to bolster their defense??? To effect their rebuttal before Hooper can unveil his 'Master Plan' or more particularly, his quiet, behind the scenes, plan to address the historic problems.

He now needs to come upfront and say how he will address these problems???

One of the then would be for Hooperman to resign. He is quite frankly useless, hasn’t got any morals or leadership qualities. 

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1 minute ago, 2112 said:

@Beyond Beliefyou will find next week, the likes of Maltby, Faragher, Poole Wilson, Corlett and Barber all adopting faux holier than thou and concerned faces, whilst trying to outdo each other in the extraordinary Tynpotwald sitting. I’m not expecting miracles , but our elected representatives haven’t really shown understanding, compassion or the seriousness and gravity of the cost of living, price rises and businesses closing. Not everyone can work in egaming or have the skills to work in an office or in IT! Incidentally one business closed was the Close Leece which closed its Restaurant and Farm - I know a couple of people who worked their and now face having to get other jobs - one of them is of an older age and highly skilled either. I wonder whether Minister Barber has any comments, or she more interested in other matters?

Pretty sure that Tynwald sitting won't be taking place next week.

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2 minutes ago, Ham_N_Eggs said:

Pretty sure that Tynwald sitting won't be taking place next week.

13 September to discuss cost of living. Incidentally whilst off a tangent, with the energy cap being £2500 for dual fuel, it’s estimated based on IOMG bullshit figures £2800, so there is a £300 difference that IOM residents paying more than their UK counterparts, in addition to other costs of living. 

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3 minutes ago, offshoremanxman said:

Be abuse that’s more important than people freezing! 

And the same with the IOM Healthcare, as politicos don’t want to answer embarrassing questions especially Hooperman. Politicos couldn’t give a shit about people freezing. Perhaps on a freezing winters day, seeing as Sarah Maltby spends days on the knocker in Pully, perhaps she can have her constituents in her car, with the fan heater on full belt. That maybe some heat they will get! 

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9 minutes ago, 2112 said:

And the same with the IOM Healthcare, as politicos don’t want to answer embarrassing questions especially Hooperman. Politicos couldn’t give a shit about people freezing. Perhaps on a freezing winters day, seeing as Sarah Maltby spends days on the knocker in Pully, perhaps she can have her constituents in her car, with the fan heater on full belt. That maybe some heat they will get! 

 

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Just now, Kopek said:

Perhaps on a freezing winters day, seeing as Sarah Maltby spends days on the knocker in Pully, perhaps she can have her constituents in her car, with the fan heater on full belt. That maybe some heat they will get! 

Is that your fantasy??? Vote for her and......................

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32 minutes ago, 2112 said:

@Beyond Beliefyou will find next week, the likes of Maltby, Faragher, Poole Wilson, Corlett and Barber all adopting faux holier than thou and concerned faces, whilst trying to outdo each other in the extraordinary Tynpotwald sitting. I’m not expecting miracles , but our elected representatives haven’t really shown understanding, compassion or the seriousness and gravity of the cost of living, price rises and businesses closing. Not everyone can work in egaming or have the skills to work in an office or in IT! Incidentally one business closed was the Close Leece which closed its Restaurant and Farm - I know a couple of people who worked their and now face having to get other jobs - one of them is of an older age and highly skilled either. I wonder whether Minister Barber has any comments, or she more interested in other matters?

Any men who didn't come up to scratch? 

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