Cha nel plannyn ayn dy vishaghey Urrysaght Ashoonagh 'syn Ellan
Red ennagh son y nah lught-reill dy smooinaghtyn er
Cha nel plannyn ayn dy vishaghey eeckyssyn Urrysaght Ashoonagh ayns Ellan Vannin.
Ta'n Reiltys er veeraghey nagh nee red ennagh eh t'eh jeeaghyn er ec y traa t'ayn.
Yn chiaghtin shoh ren Preeu-Airey y Reeriaght Unnaneysit Boris Johnson cur roish plan dy yrjaghey Urrysaght Ashoonagh liorish 1.25 per cent dy ghoaill ayns laue ard doilleeid lesh argid son y choarys slaynt as kiarail y theay.
Ta fogrey veih Reiltys Ellan Vannin gra: "Shoh cooish pholasee as myr shoh she red ennagh son y nah lught-reill dy smooinaghtyn er."
Something for the next administration to consider
No plans are in place to increase National Insurance payments on the Isle of Man.
Government has confirmed it's not something it's currently looking at.
This week UK Prime Minster Boris Johnson set out a plan to raise National Insurance by 1.25 per cent to address a funding crisis in the health and social care system.
A statement from the Isle of Man Government says: "This is a policy matter and as such will be something for the next administration to consider."