Chief Minister requested to apologise to operator’s employees
The Cabinet Office has been accused of working ‘a smear marketing campaign’ towards the Steam Packet Company following the outbreak of coronavirus that led to the Island’s third lockdown.
Middle MHK Bill Shimmins requested the chief minister to apologise to the ferry operator’s employees on this week’s sitting of the House of Keys.
Howard Quayle made an announcement after a report into the Steam Packet’s self-isolation protocols was printed final week.
Mr Shimmins known as for Mr Quayle to make an apology:
Mr Quayle says statements have been made consequently of proof obtained by the Council of Ministers: