Chief Minister visits Northern Ireland
The chief minister has justified trips to international conferences as a worthwhile way of advancing the nation's interests.
Howard Quayle attended the British-Irish Council summit, on Friday, in Northern Ireland.
Recovery from Covid was on the agenda with the Manx delegation working to gain access to an NHS app which could aid travel.
Mr Quayle, who'll be stepping down later this year, says he feels he's left his successor on a firm footing: