Howard Quayle joins top UK politicians in Dublin
The Chief Minister has been discussing health, tackling substance abuse and Brexit, with some of the UK's top politicians.
Among others, Howard Quayle is joining Irish Taoiseach Leo Varadkar and SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon in Dublin at the 33rd British-Irish Council.
It's the 20th anniversary of the meeting, which sees representatives from England, Scotland, Wales and the Channel Islands exchanging ideas and experiences from different jurisdictions.
Problems facing the British-Irish Council as a whole, such as Brexit, were also talked about.
Mr Quayle says the value the Isle of Man gets out of the meeting is immeasurable: