The Attorney General wouldn’t be drawn this week about the whether anybody involved with failed airline Euromanx had committed a criminal offence.
Onchan MHK Peter Karran put a series of questions to John Corlett about the legal implications of the last Euromanx plane at Ronaldsway, which left the Island five and a half hours after the firm declared itself bust.
Mr Karran quoted from a guide to aircraft finance which was written by a firm of English solicitors, and Mr Corlett said he couldn’t advise on English law.
He said some of the questions were hypothetical, and he was therefore unable to answer them.
(Picture: A jet in the colours of failed airline EuroManx, from manxscenes.com).