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List of political parties in the Isle of Man

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List of political parties in the Isle of Man

This article is part of a series on the
politics and government of
the Isle of Man

This article lists political parties in the Isle of Man. Political parties played no official role in the Isle of Man before the 2006 elections.

Active parties

At the 2001 election for the House of Keys, the Labour Party polled 17.3% of the vote and won 2 seats. The vast majority of seats at every election are won by independent candidates with no allegiance to any parties. At the 2006 election for the House of Keys, the newly formed Liberal Vannin Party won 2 seats: Onchan with Peter Karran and Douglas South with Bill Malarky. In 2007 they were also represented in local government gaining two seats in by elections.

Political pressure groups

Mec Vannin, although an electoral party in its early years (several MHKs are ex-members) has evolved into a quasi-pressure group.

Defunct parties

See also


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