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Future of the Post Office: Call for Evidence

 

The Economic Policy Review Committee, a Standing Committee of Tynwald, has embarked upon an inquiry into the impact on the economy of the Government’s strategic capacity. Within this inquiry the Committee will look at a series of economic issues linked by a common theme, namely, the capacity of the Island’s Government for policymaking at a strategic and cross-cutting level – as opposed to the operational management of individual Departments, Boards and Offices.

As a first area of study, the Committee has decided to look at the future of the Isle of Man Post Office and the Committee would like to hear from anyone with information or opinions on this matter.

Submissions should be sent to the address below by Tuesday 5th March 2019.  Email is preferred but hard copy is equally as acceptable. 

Please be aware that the Committee may choose to make public any information it receives. Personal contact details are routinely redacted in advance of such publication. If there is any other information in your submission which you do not wish the Committee to publish, or which you believe the Committee should not publish, please explain this in your submission. The Committee will take your explanation into account in deciding whether, and if so how much, to publish. The Committee is not obliged to accept your submission as evidence, nor to publish any or all of the submission even if it has been accepted as evidence.

The Members elected to the Committee are Mr Chris Robertshaw MHK (chair), Mr Tim Baker MHK and Mr Jason Moorhouse MHK. 

For further information or to make a submission please contact:
 
Jonathan King
Deputy Clerk of Tynwald
Legislative Buildings, Douglas, IM1 3PW
Tel:  (01624) 686303
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Published - 12/02/2019