Gyn boirey lesh shirveishagh, as OCF ta girree ass
Jason Moorhouse faagail bun-troggalys
Ta OCF [Oltey yn Chiare as Feed] ren irree ass y rheynn bun-troggalys er n’obbal faaueyn dy vel eh er-coontey y hirveishagh noa.
Ta Jason Moorhouse er naagail e phaart lesh currym er traaght veg agh shiaghteeyn lurg da Tim Baker ve pointit dy stiurey y rheynn, as lesh agh beggan ny sodjey na blein derrey y nah reihys mooar cadjin.
Mastey straih dy chaghlaaghyn elley ‘sy reiltys, ta Marlene Maska OCS [Oltey y Choonceil Slattyssagh] er ve currit gys olteynyn y rheynn.
As eh er ny vrie row boirey erbee eddyr eshyn as yn shirveishagh t’er jeet stiagh ayn, shoh va freggyrt Mnr Moorhouse.
AS JASON MOORHOUSE : Cha nel dy feer, cha nel agh daa haglym er ve ain ayns firrinys. Va’n shirveishagh Jecrean jeeaghyn er caghlaa mygeayrt portfolioyn, as hie mee dy valley as smooinee mee er ny va mee geearree, as ren mee jus smooinaghtyn foddee dy row shoh yn traa jus dy chur eab er red ennagh elley.
Jason Moorhouse steps down from infrastructure
An MHK who's resigned from the infrastructure department has denied suggestions it's because of the new minister.
Jason Moorhouse has stepped down from his role with responsibility for transport just weeks after Tim Baker was appointed to head the department, and with little over a year until the next general election.
Among a raft of other changes in government, Marlene Maska MLC has been added to the department's ranks.
Asked if there were any problems between him and the incoming minister, Mr Moorhouse had this response: