Commissioner sceptical about government consultations
A Castletown commissioner believes government has jumped the gun when it comes to regulations about swimming pool charges.
Jerry Ludford-Brooks wants to know why alterations were approved before the results of a review were known.
At tonight's (1 August) board meeting he will seek support from his colleagues to write a letter to the Chief Minister.
Mr Ludford-Brooks wants Alfred Cannan to consider introducing an all-Island swimming pool charge.
Meanwhile Mr Ludford-Brooks believes many consultations are worded so government gets the answers it wants, rather than a true reflection of what the public actually thinks.
Mr Ludford-Brooks is sceptical about the education minister's promise that everyone will have their say in the swimming pool review: