Gov't leadership 'falls short'

Government failed to deal with crises says Moffatt

A prominent nationalist has called the leadership of Chief Minister Howard Quayle into question, after his handling of the Paradise Papers allegations.

Ex-union head Bernard Moffatt says the current administration has failed to deal with what he called a 'crises', amid intense media coverage of the Island's tax rules and practices.

The Chief Minister's recently been interviewed several times by the BBC to defend the Island, and featured in Panorama's expose.

Mr Moffat says previous incumbents would've risen to the occasion, but feels Mr Quayle is falling short of what's expected:

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