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Manx Wildlife Trust support for United Kingdom Bill to ban live boiling of lobsters

Treisht Bea-Feie Vannin pohlldal Billey y Reeriaght Unnaneysit dy chur lhiettrimmys er broie bio gimmee

Ard Oaseir Sheckteragh gra dy jinnagh immeeaght erbee dy chaghlaa leighyn yn Ellan feme sur-smooinaghtyn er dy kiarailagh

Ta Treisht Bea-Feie Vannin freayll arrey er yn aght ta Billey noa goll er oai  'sy Reeriaght Unnaneysit yinnagh cur lhiettrimmys er broie bio gimmee as partanyn.

Veagh eiyrtyssyn y Villey Foaynoo Beiyn (Enney) jannoo er y ghellal thie bee, er ard vargaghyn as er creckeyderyn eeast.

Ta Leigh Morris, Ard Oaseir Sheckteragh Treisht Bea-Feie Vannin, gra dy jinnagh immeeaght erbee dy chur er bun leighyn cosoyley rish shoh ayns Ellan Vannin feme sur-smooinaghtyn er dy kiarailagh.

AS LEIGH MORRIS : Ta'n Doctor Laura Howe, yn Oaseir Marrey ain, co-obbraghey feer ghlooie rish Reiltys Ellan Vannin - Rheynn Chymmyltaght, Bee as Eirinys, as neesht, nyn drooid, rish y jeadys eeastee. As t'ad shen ny chochianglys scanshoil er-nyn-son. Myr shoh, yinnagh shin dy bollagh geearree freayll ad 'sy choloayrtys. Agh cre'n fa nagh jinnagh shin briaght jin hene y feysht cheddin – er-lhiam dy vel shen yn red t'eh orrin cur. Myr shoh, she, son shickyrys, veagh reddyn cummyssagh fillit stiagh ayn, shen dy ghra, cha nee wheesh dy cummyssagh bentyn rish y ghoaill, agh son shickyrys as eisht dy cummyssagh bentyn rish yn aght v'ad currit lesh gys y skelloo, gys y chlaare.

 

Chief Executive Officer says any move to change Island laws would need careful consideration

The Manx Wildlife Trust is watching progress of a new Bill in the UK, which could ban the live boiling of lobsters and crabs.

The Animal Welfare (Sentience Bill) would have consequences for the restaurant trade, supermarkets and fishmongers.

Leigh Morris, Chief Executive of Manx Wildlife Trust, says a move to introduce similar laws in the Isle of Man would need careful consideration:

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