Richard Corkill

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Richard Kenneth Corkill (born 1951) was the Chief Minister of the Isle of Man, December 2001 to December 2004 and an elected member of the House of Keys from 1991 to 2006. He was born in Douglas, Isle of Man. He was elected by Tynwald with 21 votes, defeating Edgar Quine, who received 10 votes.

Governmental positions[edit]

The Corkill Council[edit]

OFFICE NAME TERM
Chief Minister Richard Corkill 2001–2004
Minister of the Treasury Allan Bell 2001–present
Minister of Home Affairs Phil Braidwood 2001–2005
Minister of Health and Social Security Clare Christian 1996–2004
  Steve Rodan 2004–2006
Minister of Education Steve Rodan 1999–2004
  David Anderson 2004–2006
Minister of Trade and Industry Alex Downie 2001–2006
Minister of Tourism and Leisure David Cretney 1996–2006
Minister of Transport John Shimmin 2001–2005
Minister of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry John Rimmington 2001–2004
  Bill Henderson 2004–2005
Minister of Local Government and the Environment Pamela Crowe 2001–2004
  John Rimmington 2004–2006

Council Changes[edit]

References[edit]

Preceded by
Donald James Gelling (1st Time)
Chief Minister
2001–2004
Succeeded by
Donald James Gelling (2nd Time)