Chief minister airs EU departure concerns
The chief minister has revealed one of his biggest concerns about Britain's divorce from the European Union surrounds freedom of movement.
Howard Quayle will be giving evidence to a House of Lords Brexit Committee on Tuesday.
He says his attendance in Westminster shows the Island isn't being ignored when it comes to Theresa May's negotiations with Brussels.
Mr Quayle is keen to get across the main issues facing the Island when Article 50 is finally triggered.