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Island 'can't rest on laurels' in 2017

Positive end to 2016 says Chief Minister

The Chief Minister says he's ending the year on a high note, after a busy few months in Manx politics.

Since September's general election, the Island has seen a new Council of Ministers, and national debate on issues as varied as sugar tax, TV licences, council rates, social justice and the future of the horse trams.

It's been, at times, divisive - but Howard Quayle has commended Tynwald for its constructive approach and co-operative mentality.

But he told Manx Radio there is still work to do:

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