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CM had no preferred candidate in Tory leadership race

Quayle keen to work on relationships with new UK administration

The Chief Minister insists he didn't have a preferred candidate in the Tory leadership contest.

Howard Quayle's comments come after Boris Johnson's victory over Jeremy Hunt, which sees the former Mayor of London replace Theresa May as UK Prime Minister.

Mr Quayle states the Isle of Man Government always remains neutral, and will work with whoever the UK puts forward.

However, he says this is the time to renew relationships with British politicians:

You can watch that full interview, live on Mandate this morning with Alex Wotton, here:

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