The Isle of Man’s unemployment rate was 1.7% in July 2022, up a very small amount from June 2022.
Putting a trivial band-aid over the substantial economic problems of the Isle of Man is a bad idea. We must address the underlying causes, not just the symptoms.
University College Isle of Man (UCM) has announced that adults will be able to study GCSE English and Maths for free: Adults looking to upskill, improve their employability or access Higher Education can now achieve their English and Maths GCSEs at University College Isle of Man (UCM) for free. The important change to the University-College’s […]
The President of Tynwald, Laurence Skelly, has confirmed that he has “not received any formal request” to recall Tynwald from its summer recess to address the current cost of living crisis. This is despite various MHKs posting on social media speculating about the possibility of recalling Tynwald from its lengthy summer break. Asked if he […]
The Isle of Man’s unemployment rate was 1.7% in June 2022, marginally up from 1.7% in May 2022.
The Manx TaxPayers’ Alliance has been able to obtain the publication of a previously unreleased report into the grounding of the CEG Orbit. The CEG Orbit, as it was then called, ran aground on the Isle of Man near Cranstal in August 2021, and the documents are published in-full below.
The Isle of Man’s unemployment rate was 1.7% in May 2022, marginally up from 1.6% in April 2022.
The Isle of Man Government’s decision to give free licenses for Manx residents aged over 75 doesn’t go far enough, according to the Manx TaxPayers’ Alliance, and should be extended to all residents, regardless of age. “Currently, Manx residents are slugged with a regressive, unfair and retrograde tax in the form of TV licenses. The […]
In recent days, the Isle of Man’s Chief Secretary announced retirement, the Executive Director of Human Resources resigned, the Deputy CEO of Enterprise announced a ‘career break‘, and the Department of Health and Social Care CEO resigned. This appears to represent bold and decisive leadership by the elected Government taking action to reform the Isle […]
The Isle of Man’s unemployment rate was 1.6% in April 2022, marginally down from 1.7% in March 2022.