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Isle of Man Green Party sees shift in leadership

First time the party has seen a change at the top

The Isle of Man Green Party has announced a change in its leadership.

Lamara Craine is taking over at the top after Andrew Langan-Newton made the decision to step-down. 

He co-founded the party in 2016 and has held the position as leader since.
Green Party chair, and Douglas Councillor, Andrew Bentley has also stepped down - he's been replaced by fellow councillor Falk Horning.

Miss Craine - the former deputy and serving Ramsey Commissioner - has described the uplift as an 'honour' adding: "I hope that I can help lead the party in such a way that it assists in bringing positive change, to be a leading example of how a nation can be ran for the benefit of all."

She spoke to Manx Radio: 



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