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The election process which determines who is Chief Minister of the Isle of Man could change.
In today's House of Keys sitting, 21 members were in favour of disallowing the Legislative Council from voting.
The motion was proposed by Minister for Policy and Reform Chris Thomas MHK.
Plans will now go to Tynwald parliament in 2018.
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The Isle of Man has celebrated its annual Tynwald Day.
Each July 5th the island celebrates Manx culture and the Tynwald parliament sits at Tynwald Hill in St John's.
Isle of Man reporter Helen McKenna reports:
Howard Quayle has been announced as the new Chief Minister of the Isle of Man.
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Thousands of people will gather on the Isle of Man for the annual bank holiday, Tynwald Day. A highlight is the Viking camp built in St John's telling stories of combat and the area's history.
The focal event is the Tynwald ceremony, when parliament will held in the open air. This has been the annual tradition on Tynwald Hill for more than 1,000 years.
Politicians on the Isle of Man have voted to approve plans to buy a 20% stake in Pinewood Studios.
Members of the Tynwald have been debating whether to spend £24m on the acquisition.
Supporters of the move say it will help boost the Manx film industry.
Claire Fallon reports.
If the Tynwald on the Isle of Man votes to buy a share of Pinewood Studios, it would be buying a big slice of film history.
The studio complex, which is in Buckinghamshire, is where the James Bond films are shot. It has also been used to film parts of the Harry Potter movies.
If the deal goes ahead, the company behind Pinewood would also advise the Isle of Man Government how they could best invest the island's media development fund and improve the film industry.
Politicians on the Isle of Man will vote today over whether or not to buy a 20% stake in Pinewood Studios.
Members of the Tynwald will debate spending £24m on the acquisition this morning.
Supporters of the move say it would help boost the Manx film industry.