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Tynwald 'should have voted' on Brexit deal

MHK says former Chief Minister promised chance for scrutiny

A former government minister says Tynwald should have been given the chance to vote on the Manx Brexit deal.

The agreement, announced on Christmas Eve, was accepted by the Isle of Man Government without being considered by the Island's parliament.

Chief Minister Howard Quayle made a statement on the agreement in Tynwald, and has called for a general debate at next month's sitting.

However, Chris Thomas MHK says former Chief Minister Allan Bell had said after the referendum in June 2016, that a Tynwald vote would happen:

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