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Minister calls on unions to contribute to legislation

Shirveishagh cur eam er sheshaghtyn keirdey dy chur stiagh da slattys

Thomas shirrey cooney dy ghraghtey leigh faillee

Ta'n shirveishagh polasee as aa-chummey er chur eam er sheshaghtyn keirdey yn Ellan dy chur stiagh dy jeeragh da draghtey slattys 'sy traa ry heet.

Va Chris Thomas loayrt rish Radio Vannin lurg faaueyn liorish leeideile yn daa heshaght cheirdey smoo ayns shoh dy row yn eddyr-insh oc rish y reiltys er ve jeant foddey ny sloo – er-lheh neayr's geddyn rey rish y Ving er Lhiasaghey Tarmaynagh Ashoonagh kuse dy vleeantyn er dy henney.

Ta Mnr Thomas gra dy vel eh geearree fakin coarys, ayn ta caa da sheshaghtyn keirdey, mastey sheshaghtyn elley, cur stiagh da polasee ashoonagh.

AS CHRIS THOMAS : Ny ta mee cur eab er jannoo, shen co-obbraghey rish thieyn dellal, sheshaghtyn keirdey, y trass cherroo, foddee neesht rish lughtyn-reill ynnydoil fy yerrey, dy chur cooidjagh forum mie raad foddee reddyn y ve cheet er nyn doshiaght dy yannoo reddyn ny share er-nyn-son ooilley. Myr shoh, myr sampleyr, ta feme ain jeeaghyn er leigh faillee ayns ny bleeantyn shoh cheet. Shen ain nish myr billey draghtit. Cha nel mee er n'gheddyn choud's nish treealtyssyn braew jarrooagh erbee mychione ny lhisagh ve ayn veih cheu ny sheshaghtyn keirdey, as ta shen dy my volley, myr shoh, ta treisht orrym dy jean ad cur red ennagh er y voayrd veih'n cheu ocsyn.  

 

Thomas wants help with employment law drafting

The minister of policy and reform has called on the Island's trade unions to directly contribute towards the drafting of future legislation.

Chris Thomas was speaking to Manx Radio following claims from the leaders of the two largest unions here that their communication with government had been significantly reduced - especially since the abolition of the National Economic Development Committee a few years ago.

Mr Thomas says he wants to see a system where unions, among other organisations, have input to national policy:
 

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