Graham Derek CREGEEN MHK
Constituency: Arbory, Castletown and Malew
Address: Legislative Buildings, Finch Road, Douglas, IM1 3PW
Tel: 01624 651529
Address as: Mr Cregeen, Minister Cregeen
Full title: Hon Graham Cregeen MHK
Member of the House of Keys 2006-2021.
Minister for Justice and Home Affairs (formerly Home Affairs) 2020-2021.
Minister for Education, Sport and Culture (formerly Education and Children) 2016-2020.
Member of the Standing Orders Committee of the House of Keys 2016-date.
Member of the Standing Orders Committee of Tynwald 2018-date.
Member: Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry 2006-08, Education 2008-10, Tourism and Leisure 2008-09, Infrastructure 2011-12, Court of the University of Liverpool 2011-14, Economic Development 2014-16.
Minister: Community Culture and Leisure 2012-14.
Committees of Tynwald: Select Committee on the Workshop for the Disabled 2007, Select Committee on the Steam Packet Company 2007-08, Langness Delegation 2008, Select Committee on the Steam Packet Company 2009, Select Committee on Crossag Farm 2008-10, Economic Initiatives 2007-11, Public Accounts 2007-11, Standing Orders 2007-11, Select Committee on Local Authorities: Members’ Interests 2011-12, Environment and Infrastructure Policy Review Committee 2015-16.
Chairman: Select Committee on the Television Licence Fee 2009-11, Water and Sewerage Authority 2011-12, Public Accounts Committee 2011-12; Isle of Man Post Office 2014-2016.
First stood and elected as Member of the House of Keys for Malew and Santon in 2006, re-elected in 2011. Re-elected in 2016 for new constituency of Arbory, Castletown and Malew. Contested Arbory, Castletown and Malew unsuccessfully in 2021.
Commonwealth Parliamentary Association
Member: Isle of Man Branch.
Study Visits: Westminster, London 2007; Scottish Parliament, Edinburgh 2007; CPA Canadian Parliamentary Seminar, Ottawa 2009; Public Accounts Committee Workshop, London 2012; Westminster, London 2017.