Howard Quayle makes appearance on Times Radio
The Chief Minister is in London today continuing his farewell tour of the British Isles.
Howard Quayle has already been to see Mark Drakeford, the First Minister of Wales.
Today, he's been meeting Sir Lindsay Hoyle MP, Speaker of the House of Commons, and Michael Gove MP, the Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster.
Howard Quayle announced his retirement from Manx politics in May.
His successor will be elected in a sitting of the House of Keys on 12 October.
Whilst in London today, he made an appearance on Times Radio.
Matt Chorley asked him what the relationship between governments is like:
The two spoke about the Manx Covid-19 response:
"We shut down pretty quick and had to build our own oxygen generating plant."— Times Radio (@TimesRadio) September 15, 2021
Howard Quayle, chief minister of Isle of Man, remembers dealing with covid@MattChorley | @HowardQuayleMHK pic.twitter.com/Xls8KywGbd