THE Isle of Man Examiner has asked every MHK and MLC whether they are paying towards their own pension.
The results are in today’s newspaper. You’ll read that the numbers still don’t add up.
A week before Tynwald resumes after the summer holiday, we talk to the Chief Minister, Allan Bell. He reveals how he wants the island to help Britain, and specifically the North West of England.
He met Ed Balls, the Shadow Chancellor, at the Labour Party conference in Manchester last week.
We reveal that the Boundary Review Committee has made a recommendation on the future shape of the House of Keys. It wants to radically redraw the island’s political map.
In our series about dilapidated houses, we visit a home in Baldrine which would be a very valuable property if it wasn’t left to the elements.
We reveal half-price offers for meals, a massage and Indian cooking lessons. And if you subscribe to the paper, you can get it for just 56p a week. Details inside.
The Examiner is in the shops now.