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Government will aim to 'cushion' society from cost of living pressures

Bee fo Reiltys eh coadey co-voodeeys veih preayssyn y chostys bea

Agh cha nod eh cooney lesh dy chooilley pheiagh er ta priosyn gas vees girree jannoo 

Cha nod yn Reiltys jannoo jeen dy chooilley pheiagh noi preayssyn y chostys bea ta roish.

Agh nee eh freayll rish chebbal cooney c'raad oddys eh dy choadey y co-voodeeys as yn tarmaynys.

Shen yn gialdyn veih'n lhiass ard shirveishagh.

Nee priosyn gas irree liorish 43.9 per cent 1 Mean Fouyir.

Nee Tinvaal sur-smooinaghtyn er tooilley cooney ayns soie Jerrey Fouyir y whaiyl – ta Jane Poole-Wilson gra dy vel barrantys dy chooney lhieusyn ayns feme smoo.

AS JANE POOLE-WILSON : Cha nod yn Reiltys jannoo jeen dy chooilley pheiagh veih preayssyn y chostys bea ta roin, as scanshoil eh dy bollagh nagh vel shin fakin olteynyn smoo ayns gaue y cho-voodeeys ain eignit dy reih eddyr chiow as ee, as dy chur eab er jannoo shickyr dy vel shin chebbal cooney 'sy voayl ta feme smoo dy bollagh er, er-nyn-son er-lheh as son y tarmaynys s'lhea, dy chur eab er coadey y co-voodeeys ain as yn tarmaynys ain cha share as oddys mayd, trooid ny traaghyn feer, eer doillee shoh.
Government can't insulate everybody from the cost of living pressures they are

 

But it can't help everyone affected by rising gas prices

Government can't insulate everybody from the cost of living pressures they are facing.

But it will continue to offer support where it can to ‘cushion’ society and the economy.

That’s the pledge from the deputy chief minister.

Gas prices will rise by 43.9 per cent on 1 September.

Tynwald will consider further support at the October sitting of the court – Jane Poole-Wilson says there is a commitment to helping those most in need:
 

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