Chris Robertshaw

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Chris Robertshaw MHK is a Member of the House of Keys for Douglas East in the Isle of Man and Minister of Social Care.

He was schooled in a catholic seminary and served in the British Army in Libya, Cyprus, Germany, England and Norway. In 2005 he retired as Managing Director, Company Secretary and Registrar of Sefton Hotel Plc after a 35-year career in tourism. He is also currently a director of the Charity Kemmyrk and a member of the Douglas Regeneration Committee, a member of the Institute of Hospitality and a member of the Positive Action Group.

In 2010, he replaced Phil Braidwood as MHK for Douglas East and was re-elected in 2011.[1]

In 2015, he resigned his post as Minister for Policy and Reform after a period of less than a year in post, to be replaced immediately by John Shimmin.[2]

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