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Parking debate "unfortunate"

She "treih" va'n resoonaght mychione pairkal

She "feer treih" ny haink magh ass y resoonaght ayns Tinvaal mychione pairkal yn çhiaghtin shoh chaie, ta'n Ard-Shirveishagh Allan Bell gra.

Y treealtys, ren keeallaghey dy beagh olteynyn jeh Tinval geeck son nyn ynnydyn-pairkal, v'eh castit ny lurg da shey olteynyn jeh'n Choonseil Slattyssagh v'er votal noi echey.

Phil Gawne, y Shirveishagh Bun-Troggalys, t'eh kiarail cur lesh erash y treealtys son Tinvaal ooilliu dy votal y vee shoh çheet.

Ta Allan Bell gra dy vel y treealtys kiarail dy ve cairagh son dy chooilley pheiagh, as cha nel eh ry-hoi cosney argid: agh foddee dy bee caghlaaghyn jeant my vees shen smooinit dy ve ymmyrçhagh.


Parking debate "unfortunate"

Chief Minister Allan Bell says he believes the outcome of the parking debate in last week's Tynwald was "very unfortunate".

The motion - which would have led to members of Tynwald paying for their parking spaces - was defeated after six members of the Legislative Council voted against the move.

DOI Minister Phil Gawne is aiming to bring the document back for a combined vote in Tynwald next month.

Allan Bell says the motion is aiming to be fair to everyone, and is not a money raising exercise: but changes may be made if it's felt to be necessary.

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