David Gauke a 'friend of the Island'

David Gauke 'ny charrey da'n Ellan'

Treisht son co-chianglys jarrooagh

Y politickeyr as currym er son cochianglys y Reeriaght Unnaneysit rish Reiltys Vannin, she 'carrey mie da Ellan Vannin' eh.

Shen ny ta'n Ard Shirveishagh credjal, as t'eh gra dy lhisagh y barrant er ny hroggal seose ec ny fir roishyn marish David Gauke cur er yn Ellan dy ve ny hassoo ayns stayd mie.

She'n cheyoo Screeuder Cairys ayns shey bleeantyn ta Mnr Gauke, lurg aa-reaghys y Phreeu-Hirveishagh Theresa May.

Ta Howard Quayle gra, yn obbyr ta goll er jannoo ec politickeyryn as ard olteynyn y wirran son co-chianglyssyn mooie rish fir gollroosyn 'syn RU, magh ass shen, dy vel toiggalys feer er stayd yn Ellan.

Ta Mnr Quayle gra dy nee scanshoil eh nagh vel shin sheiltyn dy vel cooishyn ve mie dy liooar, as myr shoh ta ymmodee sharvaantyn y theay as politickeyryn lane scanshoil goll myr chaghteryn ny Rheynnyn ooilley woish Mannin, dy hoilshaghey magh nyn imneaghyn, gys Rheynnyn cooie yn RU.

Ta Mnr Quayle gra dy jean eh tannaghtyn lesh shen son yn traa ta er-mayrn ec yn lught-reill shoh, as nagh vod mayd tannaghtyn fea.

T'eh orrin jannoo shickyr reesht as reesht, ta Mnr Quayle dy ghra, dy vel shin goll gys shen, dy vel shin cheet quail ny fir lane scanshoil as insh daue ny chaghteraghtyn dy vel Mannin geearree orroo, ad y chlashtyn, dy yannoo shickyr dy vod mayd whilleen caa y ghoaill 'sy theihll shoh wass ta caghlaa dy kinjagh, agh dy vod mayd shaghney ny gaueyn neesht, gollrish ve enmyssit ayns rollaghyn dooey.


David Gauke a 'friend of the Island'

Hopes for positive relationship
 
The new politician in charge of the UK’s relationship with the Manx government is a ‘good friend of the Isle of Man’.

That is the belief of the Chief Minister who says the trust built up by his predecessors with David Gauke should stand the Island in good stead.

Mr Gauke is the sixth justice secretary in six years following Prime Minister Theresa May’s reshuffle.

Howard Quayle says the ongoing work of  politicians and senior external relations staff with UK counterparts means there’s now a real understanding of the Island’s position.

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