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Brexit a constitutional 'earthquake' - CM

Quayle rebuffs critic over Brexit 'priority' for govt

Brexit is a one-off, constitutional and economic earthquake which the Island cannot afford to ignore, says Chief Minister Howard Quayle.

The process of the United Kingdom leaving the European Union will be a period of historic upheaval, according to Mr Quayle, which could cause a range of problems. 

He's responding to criticism levelled by MHK Chris Robertshaw, who believes there are more important things for government to be concerned about.

The chief minister told Manx Radio it'd be naive not to give Brexit the proper consideration:       

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