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Justice committee report on Crown dependencies 30 March 2010

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Available from House of Commons by clicking here.

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Last Updated on Tuesday, 30 March 2010 10:41
 

Should they tell you how to raise your child?

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Presented at our meeting of 29th March 2010 on the Children Bill 2010.

Please remember that Bill consultation ends at 5pm on 30th April.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 20 April 2010 08:55
 

Children Bill 2010 - Why all parents should be concerned

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Introduction 

The Children Bill 2010 introduces a very controversial and prying children policy from England which aims to track the upbringing of every child in the Isle of Man. The policy is called 'Every Child Matters" and only exists in England. Jersey, Guernsey, Wales, Ulster and Scotland have not adopted this policy.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 30 March 2010 09:26
 

Six month reprieve for reciprocal health agreement

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The ending of the reciprocal health agreement with the UK will be postponed for six months. We don't have full details yet but a 'new' reciprocal health agreement would come in on April 1 for a trial period of six months.

BBC Report

Last Updated on Tuesday, 16 March 2010 18:26
 

Legislative Council election results

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Phil Braidwood, Alex Downie and Dudley Butt were elected to the Legislative Council today. Mr Braidwood's election will cause a by-election in Douglas East, Downie and Butt re-elected to their previous position.

In an echo of previous Legco election farces - and despite the new procedure allowing ten attempts on the day to get a majority  - there remains a vacancy.

Neither of the two remaining candidates - Crowe and Waft - were able to gain a majority of thirteen MHK's in order to retain their place within Legco. At the last count the voting was Crowe 11, Waft 7.

The House of Keys was thus adjourned and seeking fresh nominations for LegCo candidates by April 15 with a further election to take place two weeks later.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 16 March 2010 22:58
 

Karrans' Health Insurance Levy Bill published

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Click here to open the document (it may take a little while to download).       See also: IoM Health Levy Website, Cancellation of Reciprocal Health Agreement website

Last Updated on Sunday, 14 March 2010 21:43
 

Tuesdays motion on RHA from David Cannan

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?The Hon Member for Michael (Mr Cannan) to move:

Matter of Urgent Public Importance 

That Tynwald requests and require the Chief Minister and Government of the Isle of Man to defer implementation of the closure of its obligations under the Reciprocal Health Agreement for a maximum of six months to allow negotiations with the next United Kingdom Government, and in that period the Isle of Man Government to fund Manx residents receiving NHS treatment in the UK and UK residents visiting the Isle of Man; and further as a contingency, to develop a travel levy scheme for universal insurance. 

Last Updated on Saturday, 13 March 2010 14:22
 

Termination of the Reciprocal Health Agreement - demonstration planned

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This coming Tuesday 16th March a group of concerned individuals are organising a demonstration in support of Davis Cannan MHK's motion outside the Tynwald public entrance starting at 1.45.

Tynwald will be discussing the motion from 2:30pm.

Last Updated on Sunday, 14 March 2010 22:01
 


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