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Howard Quayle admitted to Noble's after suffering stroke

Chief Minister under observation but 'recovering well'

Chief Minister Howard Quayle has been admitted to Noble's Hospital after suffering a stroke yesterday.

He's remaining in hospital for observation and to receive post-stroke care, but is said to be recovering well.

In a statement, Mr Quayle says: "I am grateful to those colleagues who spotted the early signs of a stroke and urged me to seek medical attention.

"The care I received and continue to receive from the Manx Care team has been amazing. I can’t thank them enough.”

Government says the chief minister remains in contact with ministers and senior officials and the business of government is continuing as normal.

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