Government made it known what IOM wants to see in agreement
The Island will continue to prepare for every eventuality with regard to Brexit.
So says Chief Minister Howard Quayle.
Westminster has been in turmoil this week as Prime Minister Theresa May attempts to push through the draft Brexit agreement.
Two members of her cabinet resigned - leading to a cabinet reshuffle yesterday (Fri).
It's possible a vote of no confidence in Mrs May could take place this week.
Mr Quayle says the Manx government has made it known to the UK what the Island wants to see . .