Chief Secretary of The Isle of Man

Chief Secretary Of The Isle Of Man

The Chief Secretary (Manx: Ard-scrudeyr) is the head of the Isle of Man Civil Service. The current Chief Secretary is Will Greenhow.

The Chief Secretary is responsible for the function of the Chief Secretary's Office (Manx: Oik yn Ard-scrudeyr) and provides advice and guidance to the Chief Minister and the Council of Ministers.

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