Tynwald members received 351-page document one day before vote
Politicians need time to read what they're being asked to support.
That's the plea from Ramsey MHK Lawrie Hooper after Tynwald members were given a 351-page document relating to Brexit regulations, just a day before voting on the proposals.
The changes failed to gain backing from the House of Keys, despite Environment, Food and Agriculture Minister Geoffrey Boot insisting it had to pass this month.
Mr Hooper, speaking with Sian Cowper, says it would have made more sense to delay the vote to allow enough time for scrutiny: