The EU's Economic and Financial Affairs Council has not placed the Isle of Man on a blacklist of non-cooperative tax jurisdictions.Read the full story ›
In 100 days time, the British people will get to vote on their membership of the European Union for the first time in 41 years.Read the full story ›
Residents in the Isle of Man who have previously lived in the UK are now eligible to vote in the EU referendum.
Those who have been registered to vote in a UK constituency within the last 15 years can vote on 23 June.
Further information including how to register to vote is available on the Electoral Commission’s website http://www.electoralcommission.org.uk/i-am-a/voter/registering-to-vote-and-the-electoral-register
The campaign will highlight the benefits of Britain remaining in the European Union.Read the full story ›
A star of the Lord of the Rings films is launching a petition to extend the EU referendum to include the Isle of Man.
John Rhys-Davies lives on the island and he wants the Isle of man and other British Crown Dependencies to get a say.
If the petition gains a hundred thousand signatures it could be debated in Parliament.
He says that he wants Isle of Man residents to have the same rights as those living in the UK because any changes will affect the island on a big scale.
Tonight on The Granada Debate we're asking whether the North West is better off in or out of Europe?
Around seven thousand firms here are benefiting from exporting to the continent, but membership comes at a cost of tens of millions of pounds a day.
The Granada Debate is on tonight on ITV straight after the late news from Granada Reports.
Bolton West MP, Chris Green gives us his opinion on why Britain deserves the right to choose whether or not to stay in the European Union.Read the full story ›