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"We're going to continue trying to get a referendum"

MHK says she still believes public should have their say on assisted dying legislation

An MHK says she's going to continue pushing for the public to have their say on whether the Isle of Man should legalise assisted dying.

The House of Keys spent a seventh day debating clauses of the proposed Bill yesterday, and a special sitting is taking place on 23 July for its third reading.

Last week, members rejected calls for a public referendum with just a one vote majority.

But Onchan MHK Julie Edge says she still believes the Manx people should have their say:

You can listen to Ms Edge's full interview with Sian Cowper here:

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