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IoM Politician's Pay

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In September 2021 the remuneration of Tynwald Members will be transferred to a different, simpler pay scale.

It is claimed that overall it will be cost neutral for the tax payer, but we disagree (see Total)

Here we examine the changes by comparing the current remuneration (including expenses) with that proposed:

Current (£)

Proposed (£)

Chief Minister

88,022 86,954

President

74,620 76,921

Speaker

79,087 76,921

Ministers

74,620 76,921

Treasury Members

70,152 66,888

Statutory Board Chair

70,152 70,232

MHK - Departmental Member

65,685 66,888

MHK - not Departmental Member

52,282 66,888

MLC Departmental Member

65,685 63,145

MLC - not Departmental Member

52,282 63,145

TOTAL

2,225,673 2,304,447

Note: the current remuneration may have been enhanced by 1% in April 2021, but we have not been able to confirm this.

 

Single Resident Record presentations

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Tristram Llewellyn Jones and Steve Burrows presentations attached:

 

Single Resident Record

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srrProposals have been put forward for a Single Resident Record for the Isle of Man.

This paper reviews some of the issues arising, for the purposes of informing the consultation and debates about the proposals. In particular, this paper focuses upon the risks and dangers that are associated with a Single Resident Record. That is not because there are no potential advantages or benefits. Rather, it is because advantages and benefits will be put forward by those proposing the database in any event; it is the disadvantages and dangers that run the risk of being overlooked.

 

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Download this file (Allan Norman SRR paper.pdf)Single Resident Record - Allan Norman236 Kb913
 

What's on tonight?

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webcastWhat’s on tonight?

That’s the question heard in my home as evening approaches. At one time a quick gander in the Radio Times would provide the information for viewing or listening. Nowadays it’s the webpage of that publication that informs us. So we’ve moved with the times? Well apparently not.

This summer our teenage grandson spent two weeks with us. He and his smart phone were inseparable. It was as though the gizmo was a permanent extension of his hand. He seemed to spend hours, eyes glued to the screen.

 

A journey into uncharted territory

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union triskSummary of Implications Leave vote to IoM extracted from CoMin's UK referendum on EU membership Implications for the Isle of Man Second Interim Report (April 2016)

Constitutional and legal effects Protocol 3 will fall away. The Protocol is attached to the UK’s Accession Treaty – and is not part of the EU Treaty itself. Article 50 of the Treaty sets out how a Member State can leave the EU, and allows for a two-year window within which the departing Member has to negotiate its ‘withdrawal agreement’ (although this can be extended).

It is anticipated that the UK’s ‘withdrawal agreement’ would set out its new relationship with the EU, but the UK Government has stated that this could take up to ten years to resolve. The Isle of Man’s underlying relationship with the Crown and the UK would not change.

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