Council of Ministers of the Isle of Man

Council of Ministers of the Isle of Man
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The Council of Ministers Manx: Coonseil ny Shirveishee) is the principal executive organ of the Isle of Man Government. Its role is similar to, though not identical with, that of the Cabinet in the United Kingdom. Until 1990 its title was the Executive Council.

The Executive Council, chaired by the Lieutenant Governor and including members of Tynwald, was established in 1949, and gradually thereafter became the effective government of the Island. The Lieutenant Governor ceased to chair the Executive Council in 1980, being replaced by a chairman elected by Tynwald,[1], and the Council was reconstituted in 1985 to include the chairmen of the eight principal Boards of Tynwald;[2] in 1986 they were given the title 'Minister' and the chairman was styled 'Chief Minister'.[3] In 1990 the Council was renamed the 'Council of Ministers'.[4]

The Council of Ministers consists of the Chief Minister and not more than nine ministers, all of whom must be members of Tynwald. The Chief Minister is appointed by the Lieutenant Governor on the nomination of Tynwald, and the ministers are appointed by the Lieutenant Governor, acting on the advice and with the concurrence of the Chief Minister.[5] The Chief Minister assigns a minister to each department of the Isle of Man Government.[6]

Contents

Current membership

Meetings are attended by:

Historical composition of Executive Council / Council of Ministers

New Government structure effective 1 April 2010

Chief Minister Community, Culture and Leisure Economic Development Education and Children Environment, Food and Agriculture Health Home Affairs Infrastructure Social Care Treasury
14/10/2011 Allan Bell MHK Tim Crookall MHK John Shimmin MHK Peter Karran MHK Phil Gawne MHK David Anderson MHK Juan Watterson MHK David Cretney MHK Chris Robertshaw MHK Eddie Teare MHK
11/10/2011 Allan Bell MHK David Cretney MHK Allan Bell MHK Eddie Teare MHK John Shimmin MHK David Anderson MHK Adrian Earnshaw MHK Phil Gawne MHK Martyn Quayle MHK Anne Craine MHK
01/04/2010 Tony Brown MHK David Cretney MHK Allan Bell MHK Eddie Teare MHK John Shimmin MHK David Anderson MHK Adrian Earnshaw MHK Phil Gawne MHK Martyn Quayle MHK Anne Craine MHK

Forner Government structure effectuve 16 December 1986 - 31 March 2010

Chief Minister Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry Education Health and Social Security Home Affairs Local Government and Environment Trade and Industry1 Transport2 Treasury Tourism and Leisure3
11/08/2008 Tony Brown MHK Phil Gawne MHK Anne Craine MHK Eddie Teare MHK Adrian Earnshaw MHK John Shimmin MHK David Cretney MHK David Anderson MHK Allan Bell MHK Martyn Quayle MHK
15/12/2006 Tony Brown MHK Phil Gawne MHK Anne Craine MHK Eddie Teare MHK Martyn Quayle MHK John Shimmin MHK David Cretney MHK David Anderson MHK Allan Bell MHK Adrian Earnshaw MHK
01/08/2005 Donald Gelling MLC Phil Gawne MHK David Anderson MHK Steve Rodan MHK John Shimmin MHK John Rimmington MHK Alex Downie MHK Phil Braidwood MHK Allan Bell MHK David Cretney MHK
14/12/2004 Donald Gelling MLC Bill Henderson David Anderson MHK Steve Rodan MHK Phil Braidwood MHK John Rimmington MHK Alex Downie MHK John Shimmin MHK Allan Bell MHK David Cretney MHK
30/06/2004 Richard Corkill MHK Bill Henderson David Anderson MHK Steve Rodan MHK Phil Braidwood MHK John Rimmington Alex Downie MHK John Shimmin MHK Allan Bell MHK David Cretney MHK
06/12/2001 Richard Corkill MHK John Rimmington Steve Rodan MHK Clare Christian Phil Braidwood MHK Pam Crowe Alex Downie MHK John Shimmin MHK Allan Bell MHK David Cretney MHK
04/12/2001 Richard Corkill MHK Alex Downie MHK Steve Rodan MHK Clare Christian Allan Bell MHK Walter Gilbey David North Tony Brown MHK Richard Corkill MHK David Cretney MHK
12/05/1999 Donald Gelling MHK Alex Downie MHK Steve Rodan MHK Clare Christian Allan Bell MHK Walter Gilbey David North Tony Brown MHK Richard Corkill MHK David Cretney MHK
06/12/1996 Donald Gelling MHK Hazel Hannan MHK Edgar Mann Clare Christian Allan Bell MHK Edgar Quine David North Tony Brown MHK Richard Corkill MHK David Cretney MHK
06/08/1996 Miles Walker MHK Hazel Hannan MHK Noel Cringle MHK Bernie May Richard Corkill MHK Terry Groves Allan Bell MHK David North Donald Gelling MHK Tony Brown MHK
18/07/1996 Miles Walker MHK Hazel Hannan MHK Noel Cringle MHK Bernie May Richard Corkill MHK Terry Groves Miles Walker David North Donald Gelling MHK Tony Brown MHK
14/12/1995 Miles Walker MHK Hazel Hannan MHK Noel Cringle MHK Bernie May Richard Corkill MHK Terry Groves Eddie Lowey David North Donald Gelling MHK Tony Brown MHK
13/03/1995 Miles Walker MHK John Corrin Hazel Hannan MHK Bernie May Richard Corkill MHK Terry Groves Eddie Lowey David North Donald Gelling MHK Tony Brown MHK
11/10/1994 Miles Walker MHK John Corrin Hazel Hannan MHK Bernie May Arnold Callin Terry Groves Eddie Lowey David North Donald Gelling MHK Tony Brown MHK
13/10/1992 Miles Walker MHK John Corrin Hazel Hannan MHK Bernie May Arnold Callin Tony Brown MHK Eddie Lowey David North Donald Gelling MHK Allan Bell MHK
18/12/1991 Miles Walker MHK John Corrin Hazel Hannan MHK Bernie May Arnold Callin Tony Brown MHK Allan Bell MHK David North Donald Gelling MHK Allan Bell MHK
29/10/1990 Miles Walker MHK David North Ronald Cretney Jim Cain Eddie Lowey Tony Brown MHK Bernie May Arnold Callin Donald Gelling MHK Allan Bell MHK
1989 Miles Walker MHK David North Victor Kneale MHK Jim Cain Eddie Lowey Tony Brown MHK Bernie May Arnold Callin Donald Gelling MHK Allan Bell MHK
1988 Miles Walker MHK Donald Gelling MHK Victor Kneale MHK Tony Brown MHK Eddie Lowey Dominic Delaney Bernie May Arnold Callin David Cannan Allan Bell MHK
16/12/1986 Miles Walker MHK Donald Maddrell Victor Kneale MHK Tony Brown MHK Eddie Lowey Dominic Delaney Ian Anderson Arnold Callin David Cannan Allan Bell MHK

1. Formerly Department of Industry

2. Formerly Department of Highways, Ports and Properties

3. Formerly Department of Tourism, Lesiure and Transport

See also

References

  1. ^ Constitution (Executive Council) (Amendment) Act 1980
  2. ^ Constitution (Executive Council) Act 1984
  3. ^ Constitution (Executive Council) (Amendment) Act 1986
  4. ^ Council of Ministers Act 1990
  5. ^ Council of Ministers Act 1990 sections 2 and 3
  6. ^ Council of Ministers Act 1990 section 5

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