|Born||Adrian John Earnshaw
19 January 1950 (age 67)
Isle of Man
|Employer||Isle of Man Bank (1968–2001)
Isle of Man Government
Early life and career
Born on 19 January 1950, he was educated at Onchan Primary School and Douglas High School, he worked at Isle of Man Bank from 1968 until his election in 2001 as MHK for Onchan. He had previously served as an Onchan Commissioner.
In December 2006, he was appointed Minister of Tourism and in 2008 was moved to Home Affairs Minister by Tony Brown.
He lost his seat in the October 2011 general election, when he was defeated by Liberal Vannin challenger Zac Hall.
He is married to Norma (née Cain), they have 2 daughters together.
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