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Ashford dominates Keys questions

Laue yn eaghtyr ec Ashford bentyn da feyshtyn sy Chiare as Feed

Brexit, ymmyrkey phaitçhyn-scoill, kiedyn-obbyr as shirveishyn marrey, v'ad paart jeh caghlaa dy chooishyn va troggit ayns feyshtyn sy Chiare as Feed y laa jea.

Va jeih feyshtyn ayn son freggyrtyn loayrit - haink shey jeu veih Oltey son Doolish Hwoaie, David Ashford.

Oltey son Rhumsaa, Lawrie Hooper, vrie eh jeh'n Ard-Shirveishagh Howard Quayle, cre v'eh kiarail jannoo dy haraghey coardail yn Ellan rish yn wheiggoo tuarastyl jeh MONEYVAL.

Eddyr y daa lhing, Chris Robertshaw, Oltey son Doolish Hiar, v'eh geearree feddyn magh row Mnr Quayle kiarail cummal resoonaght Tinvaal mychione Brexit, ny lurg da v'er ghra er y gherrid dy re Brexit va'n doolane smoo son y reiltys t'ayn nish.

Jason Moorhouse, Oltey son Cairbre, Balley Chashtal as Malew, va feysht echey son y shirveishagh lhiasaghey tarmaynagh, mychione cur ry lhiattee kiedyn-obbyr sy jeidjys-troggal.

V'eh laccal feddyn magh cre'n ronsaght as co-choyrle va jeant roish my row kiedyn-obbyr currit ry-lhiattee.

Julie Edge, Oltey son Connaghyn, v'ee geearree dy jinnagh y Shirveishagh Ynsee fockley-magh mychione ymmyrkey phaitçhyn-scoill, as v'ee laccal feddyn magh cre'n sess va jeant echey jeh.

Va feyshtyn Vnr Ashford bentyn da cooishyn gollrish  y tashtey chostyssyn leighagh, çheet-stiagh faaishnit ayns Lioar Bane-Yiarg y reiltys, çhaghnoaylleeaght enney earroo-chlaareyn son ny meoiryn-shee, as jannoo foshlit rish y theay coonrey shirveish varrey erbee sy traa ry-heet.


Ashford dominates Keys questions

Brexit, pupils' behaviour, work permits and sea services were some of the varied topics raised during House of Keys questions yesterday.

There were ten for oral answer in all, six of which came from North Douglas David Ashford.

Ramsey MHK Lawrie Hooper asked Chief Minister Howard Quayle what he planned to do to improve the Island's compliance with the fifth MONEYVAL report.
Meanwhile, East Douglas MHK Chris Robertshaw wanted to know if Mr Quayle intended to have a Tynwald debate about Brexit, given his recent statement it's the biggest challenge to the current administration.

Arbory, Castetown and Malew MHK Jason Moorhouse had a question for the economic development minister about the suspension of work permits in the construction industry.

He wanted to know what research and consultation was carried out prior to the decision being taken.

Onchan MHK Julie Edge wanted the education minister to make a statement about pupils' behaviour, and wanted to know what assessmet of it he had made.

Mr Ashford's questions were on topics such as the legal Costs Reserve Fund, forecast income in the goverment's Pink Book, number plate recognition technology for the police and making public any future sea service contract.

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