Members pass measures unanimously
The Treasury Minister insists yesterday's budget announcement was merely a 'first step' towards economic reform.
Alf Cannan's five year plan for rebalancing the books grabbed headlines with a boost to personal tax allowance, child benefit and state pension payouts.
The measures were unanimously passed by Tynwald.
But critics in the court raised concerns over a lack of promises on local authority reform, or means testing people on benefits.
However Mr Cannan claimed these were still on the agenda - and work on all fronts was ongoing: