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Twenty gov't employees have received £100k golden goodbyes

Feed failleydagh y reiltys er n'gheddyn slane airhoil er £100k

Foddee dy jean Ellan smooinaghtyn er cagliagh lurg da'n RU jannoo briwnys

Ta feed failleydagh y reiltys er n'gheddyn slane airhoil er £100,000 ny ny smoo ayns ny queig bleeaney shoh chaie.

Va'n earroo feerit ayns yn Chiare as Feed moghrey Jemayrt (14 Mee Voaldyn) liorish y Chirveishagh Polasee as Aa-Chummey Chris Thomas, myr freggyrt da feysht ec Jason Moorhouse OCF [Oltey yn Chiare as Feed].

Va Mnr Moorhouse geearree feddyn magh row yn reiltys smooinaghtyn er cur cagliagh £100,000 er ny eeckyssyn.

Dinsh Mnr Thomas da'n Chiare as Feed dy row yn RU [Reeriaght Unnaneysit] er vograghey magh plannyn 'sy vlein 2015 dy chur cagliagh er lheid ny eeckyssyn ec £95,000, agh dy row Tashtey yn RU foast shirrey coyrle er y chooish as va bree foast dy ve currit da'n chiarail.

AS CHRIS THOMAS : Scanshoil ta eeckyssyn faagail cochianglt rish coayl faill, goaill stiagh neu-ymmyrch, da ablid ny failleyderyn dy aa-chummey, as farrane scanshoil dy chooney son failleydee choud's t'ad feddyn faill noa, ny myr droghad derrey yn eash scuirr.

T'eh goll er dy ghra dy vel eh foast scanshoil, ny yei, dy vel eeckyssyn faagail co-reiragh as cairagh da'n eeckeyder keesh. S'cooie eh aa-scrutaghey reaghyssyn ayns Mannin eisht as nish, as foddee dy jean briwnys yn RU cur brod dy ghoaill toshiaght reesht er y smooinaghtyn shoh, ayns coloayrtys rish failleyderyn Reiltys Ellan Vannin.

 

Island may consider cap after UK makes decision

Twenty government employees have received golden goodbyes of £100,000 or more in the last five years.

The figure was confirmed in the House of Keys on Tuesday morning (14 May) by Policy and Reform Minister Chris Thomas, in response to a question from Jason Moorhouse MHK.

Mr Moorhouse wanted to know if government was considering putting a £100,000 cap on the payments.

Mr Thomas told the House that the UK had announced plans in 2015 to cap such payments at £95,000, but the UK Treasury was still consulting on the matter and the move was yet to be implemented.
 

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