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Spadoni Case - two

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Although the substantive motion was carried unanimously, there was a division over Phil Gawne's earlier amendment that ‚ÄėTynwald requests that a formal and unreserved letter of apology be sent to Mr and Mrs Spadoni by the Minister for Economic Development' as follows:

 

VOTING FOR VOTING AGAINST
Keys                     Legislative Council          Keys                Legislative Council
Karran Callister Quirk Downie
Craine Christian Earnshaw Lord Bishop
Quayle Butt Crookall Lowey
Cannan Turner Anderson   Braidwood
Houghton Teare
Henderson   Cregeen
Malarkey
Cannell
Corkish
Shimmin
Cretney
Watterson
Gawne
Gill
Speaker

 



 

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+1 #1 BishopGuest 2010-05-28 12:48
I attended a PAG meeting on whether the Bishop should be able to vote in Tynwald a while ago. An allegedly strong argument of his supporters was that it was desirable to add a moral presences within TB's whorehouse.

Where is the morality in opposing an apology for the way these incompetents working (alleged) for us treated these innocent people in a most disgraceful way?
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