Landmark bill for women

Billey lane-scanshoil son mraane

Billey Lhiasaghey Castey Torraghys goll trooid Coonceil Slattyssagh

Ard-obbyr lane scanshoil son mraane ayns Ellan Vannin.

Shen barel Jane Poole-Wilson OCS lurg da'n Villey Lhiasaghey Castey Torraghys goll trooid e cheim jerrinagh ayns y Choonceil Slattyssagh.

Nish bee eh signit ayns Tinvaal as goll gys y Lhiass-Chiannoort son Coardail Reeoil.

Ta eunys ec Jane Poole-Wilson er yn eiyrtys lurg bleeantyn dy resooney.

AS JANE POOLE-WILSON : Ta shoh er ve traa liauyr ayns cheet, dy vel shin er lhiasaghey nyn leighyn er castey torraghys, dy chur kione er shoh myr cooish dy chimmeeys as cur rish myr cooish dy chiarail slaynt, as dy yannoo shickyr dy vel caa da mraane ayns Ellan Vannin, gyn scansh da'n cheet stiagh oc ny nyn stayd, dy gholl son coyrle kiart, son kiarail kiart as lheiys, dy vod ad cur rish fer jeh ny staydyn s'doillee, s'preaysagh, s'anveagh oddagh ben feddyn magh dy vel ee ayn.

 

Abortion Reform Bill clears LegCo 

A landmark achievement for women on the Isle of Man.

That's the view of Jane Poole-Wilson MLC after the Abortion Reform Bill passed through its final stage in the Legislative Council.

It will now be signed in Tynwald and go to the Lieutenant Governor for Royal Assent.

Jane Poole-Wilson is delighted with the outcome after years of debate.
 

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