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Fraud law needs updating - Bettison

Ta'n leigh-molteyrys ass daayt, ta Bettison gra

Ta feme er jannoo ass y noa leigh yn Ellan bentyn da molteyrys, ta Oltey jeh'n Chiare as Feed gra.

Oltey son Doolish Hiar, Clare Bettison, ver ee roish stiagh sy Chiare as Feed yn çhiaghtin shoh çheet, y chied Villey Molteyrys va rieau jeant ayns Mannin.

Ayns Mannin ec y traa t'ayn, cha nel leigh ayn ta bentyn er-lheh da loghtyn molteyrys.

Ayns ynnyd jeh shen, t'ad dellal rish kimmee argidoil liorish yn clattys maarleeys, nuy cheead jeig, kiare feed as nane.

Ta Inney Bettison gra dy vel sleih coontey yn eie dy ve foaysagh er y chooid smoo.

Fraud law needs updating - Bettison

An MHK says the Island's legislation surrounding fraud needs updating.
East Douglas member Clare Bettison will introduce the Island's first ever Fraud Bill to the House of Keys next week.

There is currently no law specifically covering crimes of that nature in place over here, with financial criminals instead dealt with under the Theft Act 1981.

Miss Bettison says the general response to the idea has been positive.

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