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'Lot of hard work' to come ahead of Brexit

'Palchey obbyr creoi' ry heet roish Brexit

Shirveishagh Tashtee credjal dy vel eiyrtys y reihys mie son Ellan Vannin

Ta shirveishagh tashtee yn Ellan credjal dy be 'palchey obbyr creoi' dy chur bree da Brexit nish dy vel tromlagh ec ny Cumaadee ayns Thie y Chadjinys.

Ta Alfred Cannan credjal dy vel brishey trooid y chione marroo ayns ard whaiyl yn RU [Reeriaght Unnaneysit] jannoo seose naight mie son Ellan Vannin.

Ta'n Billey Tayrn Magh jerkit dy ve er-ash ayns Westminster dy gerrid.

Dinsh Mnr Cannan da Radio Vannin dy vel palchey foast ry yannoo:

AS ALFRED CANNAN : Va'n kione marroo 'syn ard whaiyl bentyn rish Brexit feme ve brisht, ta tromlagh mooar nish ec Johnson. Er-lhiam dy bee palchey obbyr creoi ayn, as dy jean reddyn gleashaghey feer tappee. Agh son shickyrys ta'n reihys shoh er ve cochianglt dy slane rish Brexit, ta'n theay er n'yannoo yn reih oc mychione shen nish. As er-nyn-son 'syn Ellan, shen dy ghra dy bee ain, dy neu-haghnagh, palchey obbyr chreoi neesht nish. 

 


Treasury minister believes election result is good for Isle of Man

The Island's treasury minister says there'll be a 'lot of hard work' to get Brexit done now that the Conservatives have a majority in the House of Commons.

Alfred Cannan believes breaking the deadlock in the UK parliament is good news for the Isle of Man.

The Withdrawal Bill is expected to be back in Westminster shortly.

Mr Cannan told Manx Radio there's still a lot to be done:
 

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