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Former MHK blasts 'irresponsible government'

Eear OCF goltooaney 'reiltys neu-churrymagh'

Peter Karran goltooaney ard wirran Howard Quayle 

Ta eear OCF gra nagh vel reiltys Vannin t'ayn nish baghtal, nagh vel eh freggyrtagh, as nagh vel eh currymagh ayns ny ta jeant echey.

Ren Peter Karran - va reiht hoshiaght da'n Chiare as Feed 'sy vlein 1985 - screeu screeuyn da Fembleyder Pabyryn Naight Ellan Vannin, as smoo foshlit da eeckeyderyn keesh Ellan Vannin, fograghey magh yn imnea echey mychione Tashtey Lhiasee ny Meanyn.

Va'n dooinney ta 58 bleeaney dy eash ny haghter ass-lieh rheynn reihyssagh Connaghyn rish 30 bleeaney as haink eh dy ve ny haaue veih politickaght Vannin roish y Reihys Mooar Cadjin 2016.

Ayns ny fockleyn echey, ta bunnys £27millioon er ny yummal, shaghey er ny vaarail dy tastagh. 

Ta Mnr Karran garganey nagh vel shoh agh yn fer s'noa ayns rolley dy hampleyryn jeh'n reiltys failleil dy yannoo ymmyd jeh tashtaghyn theayagh dy currymagh.

AS PETER KARRAN : Y Lught-Reill Lectraghys Manninagh; cre mychione yn IRIS? Cre mychione y stayd s'noa lesh y debacle s'noa er baih 'sy TT?

[TIM GLOVER : Vision Nine]

Vision Nine. Cre mychione ooilley ny reddyn shoh elley? Ta mee geearree fakin coaryssyn mie dy reiltys. Ooilley ta mee fakin, shen, 'Ta'n startey aym nish, as cha nel shin son caghlaa veg.' 


My vees shiu lhiggey lesh yn aght v'eh rieau, cre erbee t'ou jannoo, bee eh dollit magh, er-yn-oyr dy vel shiu fer jeh ny cumraagyn. Cha nod mayd fordrail shen.

 
 
Peter Karran blasts Howard Quayle's top team 

A former MHK says the current Manx government is not open, not accountable, and not responsible in its actions.

Peter Karran - who was first elected to the House of Keys in 1985 - wrote a letter to the Editor of Isle of Man Newspapers, and more openly to the taxpayers of the Isle of Man, voicing his concerns about the Media Development Fund.

The 58-year-old represented the constituency of Onchan for 30 years and retired from Manx politics before the 2016 General Election.
 

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