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House of Keys speaker clamps down on urgent questions

Loayreyder yn Chiare as Feed chionney er feyshtyn preayssagh

Geiyrt er 'yrjaghey' er y gherrid ayns aghinyn

Ta Loayreyder yn Chiare as Feed chionney er yn earroo dy feyshtyn preayssagh ta goll er cur roish.

Ta Juan Watterson gra dy vel eh geiyrt er 'yrjaghey' er y gherrid ayns aghinyn son fys chelleeragh.

Ta reill noa er ve jeant echey ta myn-reaghey ny criteria dauesyn shegin da feysht ve freggyrtagh.

Ta Mnr Watterson gra dy nhegin da cooishyn ve bentyn rish taghyrtyn ny lhiasaghyn feer jeianagh ny er chee cheet.

AS JUAN WATTERSON : Shegin da'n chooish currit roish 'sy feysht ve scanshoil bentyn rish polasee theayagh as shegin da scansh ve echey erskyn red ennagh ynnydoil ny shallidagh. Cha nel cooishyn vees goll er resooney magh ayns ny meanyn coardail dy automatagh rish ny prowalyssyn shoh. Ta olteynyn goll er greinnaghey dy chur feanish dy chummal seose yn argane oc, as lhisagh ablid ve oc dy chowraghey magh yn oyr nagh vod y feysht fuirraghtyn er feyshtyn cadjin ec y nah soie, as lhisagh ad tayrn geill yn Loayreyder gys parteeasyn cooie erbee.

 

Follows recent 'upswing' in requests

The Speaker of the House of Keys is clamping down on the number of urgent questions being tabled.

Juan Watterson says it follows a recent ‘upswing’ in requests for immediate information.

He has made a new ruling which fine-tunes the criteria which a question must fall into.

Mr Watterson says matters must relate to very recent or imminent events or developments:
 

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