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Tynwald Day unites us says Chief Minister

Ta Laa Tinvaal gunnaneyssey shin, as yn Ard-Shirveishagh

Ta Laa Tinvaal ny immeeaght d'unnaneyssey yn pobble as dy yannoo ardeailley jeh'n chultoor as yn eiraght ain, erskyn ooilley ec yn traa neuhickyr shoh.

She barel yn Ard-Shirveishagh Allan Bell va shen, as eshyn loayrt rish Radio Vannin ec ynnyd Tinvaal ayns Balley Keeill Eoin, er laa ashoonagh yn Ellan.

T'eh gra dy re traa mie t'ayn nish dy smooinaghtyn dy dowin as dy kiarailagh mychione cooishyn, as y chorvaal ta fo raad nish harrish y cheayn as ny sodjey hoal.


Tynwald Day unites us says Chief Minister

Tynwald Day is an occasion to united the population and celebrate our culture and heritage, particular in these uncertain times.

The view of Chief Minister Allan Bell, who was speaking to Manx Radio at the Tynwald site in St John's, on the Island's national day.

He says it's a good time to take stock, given the turmoil going of across the water and beyond.

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