Treasury minister welcomes new customs deal

Shirveishagh tashtee goltaghey dellal er keesh marrey

Cur ennym fo ayns Lunnin lurg coardailys rish reiltys Goaldagh

Ta Ellan Vannin er chooilleeney peesh scanshoil dy clattys post-Brexit.

Va'n Shirveishagh Tashtee Alfred Cannan ayns Lunnin Jelune 26 Mee Houney dy chur yn ennym echey fo yn reaghys noa er keesh marrey t'er v'eh coardit rish y reiltys Goaldagh.

Hig shoh stiagh ayns ynnyd jeh fer yn Unnaneys Oarpagh ta goll er ymmydey ec y traa t'ayn, er-yn-oyr dy vel parteeas yn Reeriaght Unnaneysit sheeyney magh shiartanse dy reillyn da'n Ellan, ga nagh nee ayrn jeh'n Unnaneys Oarpagh eh.

Ta Mnr Cannan soilshaghey magh dy jeeragh cre ta bun yn dellal noa son Ellan Vannin.

AS ALFRED CANNAN : Myr shoh ta Ellan Vannin coadey y cochianglys echey er Keesh Tooilley Feeuid rish yn Reeriaght Unnaneysit, dy bunnidagh, as jannoo eh hene freggyrtagh rish cooid elley y clattys er keesh marrey. As t'eh jannoo shickyr dy vel shinyn tannaghtyn lesh cummal seose y cochianglys smoo scanshoil ain rish ny parteeassyn dellal smoo scanshoil ain 'sy Reeriaght Unnaneysit choud's ta'n slattys caghlaa ayns coorse stayd-chaghlaee yn Reeriaght Unnaneysit magh ass yn Unnaneys Oarpagh.  

 

Signing in London after agreement with British government 

The Isle of Man has secured an important piece of post-Brexit legislation.

Treasury Minister Alfred Cannan was in London on Monday 26 November to sign the new customs agreement which has been agreed with the British government.

It will replace the European Union one currently used, because the UK’s membership extends certain rules to the Island, despite it not being part of the EU.

Mr Cannan explains exactly what the new deal means for the Isle of Man.

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