Open, accountable government, rigorous control of public finances, and a fairer society for all.
"Disability & Equality"
a joint presentation by
Gareth Foulkes (IoM Champion for Deaf People)
Paul Beckett M.A. (Oxon) - IoM Advocate
7.30 pm Monday 22nd September 2014
Manx Legion Club, Market Hill, Douglas
Last Updated on Sunday, 07 September 2014 19:31
PAG have been asked to publicise the following meeting, so if you can't make ours the same night in Douglas and have concerns over this scheme why not go along?
MONDAY 22nd SEPTEMBER 7.30pm
CORRIN HALL, PEEL
THE APPROVAL FOR 144 MORE
BETWEEN POORTOWN ROAD AND QEII HIGH SCHOOL
The following areas of concern are likely to be discussed, but will not be limited to:
Persons invited to attend the meeting:
Mr Timothy Crookall, MHK
Mr Philip Gawne, MHK
Mr Alan Bell, MHK
Mr Chris Robertshaw, MHK
Mr Howard Quayle, MHK
Peel Town Commissioners
Please come and voice your concerns.
The annual IOM budget document is commonly referred to as the Pink Book.
Politicians see it about a week before it is presented to Tynwald for debate and ultimately approval. The public has access to it after the Treasury Minister's speech and then read or hear comment in the local media.
One PAG supporter decided to take a detailed look at the figures in the 2014-15 Pink Book and using prudent accounting drew some interesting conclusions:
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