Bill Henderson (Isle of Man legislator)

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Robert William Henderson MHK RMN (born 28 December 1961[1]) is a Manx legislator who, since winning a 1998 by-election, has been representing the constituency of Douglas North in the House of Keys, the directly elected lower branch of Tynwald, the British Crown Dependency's parliament.

A native of the Isle of Man capital, Douglas, Henderson was educated at Ballakermeen and St Ninians High School, gained a Professional Diploma in Management from Open University and followed a career in nursing before going into politics.[1] He is also a member of the Transport & General Workers Union and the Celtic League. In 2004 he was made a Minister by Richard Corkill before being sacked within a year by Chief Minister Donald Gelling MLC.[2]

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