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Chief minister calls for focus

Ta'n Ard-Shirveishagh gyllagh son focus

Ny caill-shiu shilley jeh ny ta scanshoil.

Shen çhyrrys yn Ard-Shirveishagh, as reiltys Vannin roshtyn gys ny keimyn s'jerree jeh reiltys Allan Bell.

T'eh goaill rish dy vel eh er jeet dy ve 'jeant corree' ec ny ta co-obbreeyn ennagh coontey dy ve nyn gooishyn ynnydagh ta scanshoil.

Ta Mnr Bell gra dy vel eh aashagh dy yarrood ny ta dy firrinagh scanshoil.

Dooyrt eh dy row resoonaght sy Chiare as Feed, va currit fo raad ec yn Çhirveishagh Tashtee mychione aa-chummey yn phenshyn-steat - cooish ta feer scanshoil.

Va shoh coardit lesh feer veggan dy resoonaght, agh eisht cheau Olteynyn jeh'n Chiare as Feed tree kerrooo oor as ad resooney taillaghyn-pairkal.


Chief minister calls for focus

Don't lose sight of what's important.

That's the message from the chief minister, as the Manx government enters the final stages of the Allan Bell administration.

He admits he has become 'exasperated' by what some colleagues consider to be the important local issues.

Mr Bell says it's easy to forget what really matters.

He said that there was a House of Keys debate initiated by the Treasury Minister on the very important issue of reform of the state pension.

This was approved with virtually no debate, but MHKs then spent three quarters of an hour discussing parking charges.

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