THE UK is poised to target the Isle of Man in a clampdown on tax avoidance.
Today’s Isle of Man Examiner has expert analysis on what the move could mean for us.
The front page lead story is about the potential introduction of university fees for Manx students.
Transport issues feature strongly in this week’s paper. Another trial is planned for bendy buses, while the bus drivers have announced they’ll ballot for strike action.
Meanwhile, we reveal plans that could affect the Manx Electric Railway’s sheds at the Derby Castle site.
The transport museum in Jurby is still in the news. We have the latest on that as well.
Meanwhile, traffic issues near the new St Ninian’s lower school at Bemahague, Onchan, are also in the news.
Our sports coverage includes the weekend’s football matches. St George’s game against Peel makes the back page.
The paper includes your 16-page monthly review of business, Business Word. It asks retailers about their mood ahead of Christmas.
Our regular Business News pages look at the e-gaming summit.
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