Live reporting from the July Isle of Wight full council meeting

Find out what your councillor has to say about the issues being debated at the July Isle of Wight full council meeting. We report live from the chamber so you don’t have to make the journey to Newport.

Live reporting

Tonight (Wednesday) sees the July Isle of Wight full council meeting take place at County Hall from 6pm. As usual, OnTheWight will be reporting live.

The Chairman, Cllr Lora Peacey-Wilcox, is unable to chair tonight’s meeting so her deputy, Cllr George Cameron (Con), will be stepping into her shoes for the meeting.

See the agenda below for details of what will be discussed at tonight’s meeting.

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Wednesday, 18th July, 2018 5:50pm

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Geoff Brodie

The eleven opposition councillors still present at the vote who supported my Motion opposing the £400,000 senior management restructure were: myself (Independent Labour), Lilley (Independent Green), Barry & Garratt (LibDem), Andre, Downer, Fuller, Howe, Medland, Smart & Stephens (IW Indys).