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Aborted TT World Series cost £276,000

Strane ny Cruinney TT scryssit - chost eh daa cheead, tree feed as shey-jeig thousane punt

Ta ny shlee na daa cheead, tree feed as shey-jeig thousane punt baarit son ronsaghey Strane ny Cruinney TT - ta er ny chur er y skelloo nish.

Laurence Skelly, y Shirveishagh son Lhiasaghey Tarmaynagh, hug eh magh y costys sy Chiare as Feed moghrey jea, tra hug eh eddin rish feyshtyn veih John Houghton, Oltey jeh'n Chiare as Feed son Doolish Hwoaie.

Dooyrt Mnr Skelly dy smooinee eh nagh beeu eh goll er-oi lesh yn çhalee, as dy voddagh tooilley obbyr ve jeant er yn immeeaght ta soit ayns yn Ellan.

Agh hug y fockley magh corree er Mnr Houghton.


Aborted TT World Series cost £276,000

More than £276,000 has been spent on looking into the TT World Series - which has now been shelved.

Economic Development Minister Laurence Skelly gave the figure in the House of Keys yesterday morning, when he faced questions from North Douglas MHK John Houghton.

Mr Skelly said he didn't feel the project was worth pursuing and that more work could be done on the Island-based event.

But the announcement sparked anger from Mr Houghton.

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