Yn Ard-Shirveishagh freggyrt rish y nah immeeaght veih'n Rheynn Slaynt as KIarail y Theay
Ta'n Ard-Shirveishagh credjal dy vel y Shirveishagh Slaynt jannoo 'e cooid share' dy haraghey yn çhirveish ta goll er coyrt syn Ellan.
Va Howard Quayle loayrt er Mandate moghrey Jelune, lurg yn immeeaght jeh'n nah oltey politickagh veih'n Rheynn.
Oltey jeh'n Chiare as Feed son Doolish Hiar, Clare Bettison, jirree ish ass oik ec kione y jerrey shiaghtin, agh cha hoilshee ish magh e briwnys.
Oltey son Skeerey Connaghyn, Rob Callister, jirree eshyn ass oik ayns Mee Vayrnt, kyndagh rish cooishyn persoonagh, dooyrt eh.
Ec y traa t'ayn, ta lhag-laynt jannoo er yn Çhirveishagh Kate Beecroft, as cha nel ee gobbraghey.
Ta Mnr Quayle gra dy re yn Rheynn Slaynt as Shickyrys y Theay ny rheynn ta baarail y chooid smoo dy h-argid sy reiltys. Ta'n role eck erskyn credjal.
Vrie James Davis jeh row treisht echey ayns yn Çhirveishagh as yn ard-skimmee eck. Dreggyr yn Ard-Shirveishagh dy row, son shickyrys.
Chief Minister responds to second departure from DHSC
The Chief Minister believes the Health Minister is doing her 'utmost' to improve the service provided in the Island.
Howard Quayle was speaking on Mondate on Monday morning following the departure of a second political member from the department.
Douglas East MHK Clare Bettison tendered her resignation at the end of last weekend but has not elaborated on her decision. Onchan MHK Rob Callister resigned in March, citing personal reasons.
Minister Kate Beecroft is currently unwell and off work.
Mr Quayle says Health and Social Care was the biggest spending department in government and an incredibly challenging role.
James Davis asked him if he had faith in the Minister and her senior team. The Chief Minister replied that he certainly had.