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Mammoth question paper for Tynwald

Pabyr-feysht foawragh son Tinvaal

Hug olteynyn geill da cooishyn gollrish kiedyn-obbyr, slaynt-feeackle as dredjal marina Phurt ny h-Inshey, tra hoie Tinvaal yn laa jea.

Shimmey feysht v'er yn phabyr-obbyr - nane-jeig as daeed jeu ooilley cooidjagh, as shey feyshtyn as feed son freggyrtyn loayrit.

She shoh va'n soie s'jerree jeh'n whaiyl roish y vrishey-souree - y caa s'jerree ec olteynyn feyshtyn parlamaidagh y vriaght gys jerrey fouyir.

Hug y Dr Alex Allinson toshiaght da ny feyshtyn, liorish feyshtey yn shirveishagh-tashtee mychione riojey ny penshynyn ocsyn ta cummal har mooir.

Va shoh nane jeh tree feyshtyn va'n oltey ass Rhumsaa goll dy vriaght sy whaiyl - va ny fir elley bentyn da bree pholasee femeyn er-lheh yn DEC, as y stundayrt jeh shirveishyn chiarail-feeackle er y twoaie.

Va nane-jeig dy choraaghyn anchasley ry-chlashtyn mastey freggyrtyn loayrit y laa jea - goaill stiagh coraa Chlare Bettison, oltey son Doolish Hiar.

V'ee goll dy vriaght jeh'n Çhirveishagh Vun-Troggalys mychione geddyn rey rish keck-chabbyl er shooylaghan Ghoolish.

Cooishyn elley er yn phabyr-obbyr, v'ad goll-er-oi jeh'n skeim lhiasaghey ventyr, fysseree er-ash jeh'n çhirveish gymmyrkey surransee, as yn earroo dy lhiabbaghyn ooilley coodijagh ayns thieyn-boandyrys yn Ellan.


Mammoth question paper for Tynwald

Members got their teeth stuck into issues such as work permits, dental health and the dredging of Peel marina when Tynwald sat yesterday.

There were a mammoth 51 questions on the order paper - 26 of them for oral answer.

It was the final sitting of the court before the summer resess, meaning the last chance for members to ask parliamentary questions until October.

Dr Alex Allinson kicked off the questions by asking the treasury minister about pension freezes for those living overseas.

It was one of three questions the Ramsey MHK was set to ask in the court - with the others concerning the relevance of the DEC's special needs policy and the standard of dental care services in the north.

Eleven different voices were heard during oral questions yesterday - including East Douglas member Clare Bettison's, who was to ask Infrastructure Minister Ray Harmer about the clearing of horse excrement from Douglas promenade.

Other topics one the agenda were progress on the Enterprise Development Scheme, feedback on the Patient Transfer Service and the total bed capacity in Island nursing homes.

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