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Post Office needs 'purpose' not corporatisation

Feme ec yn Oik Postagh er 'oyr', cha nee er co-chorpaghey

Plan dellal nish scryssit magh veih agenda 

Cur 'baght' da boayrd Oik Postagh Ellan Vannin, shen va'n oyr son lhiasaghey ayns Tinvaal y chiaghtin shoh chaie.
Va feeuid sheshoil as raad son y cho-chorp slattyssagh dy gholl 'sy traa ry heet er ny resooney magh liorish politickeyryn yn chiaghtin shoh chaie, choud as ta feyshtyn er-mayrn mychione yn reaghys argid echey as mychione cooilleeney shirveish.

Ayns yn soie, ren OCF ass-lieh Doolish Hiar, Chris Robertshaw, cur roish dy speeideilagh treealtys dy beagh co-chorpaghey scryssit magh dy oikoil veih sur-smooinaghtyn.

Ta Mnr Robertshaw gra dy row eh fo cooney lesh yn Oik Postagh dy ghleashaghey er-oaie.

AS MNR ROBERTSHAW : Va'n traa er jeet tra, my va Tinvaal dy phohlldal treealtys Tim Baker - as ren shin dy feer lajer - dy row eh scanshoil neesht dy chur da boayrd as sheckteryn as fwirran yn Oik Postagh, eie feer vaghtal jeh oyr as jeh'n raad: 'Cha nee, cha row uss dy ve faagit ayns thalloo neu-hickyr, as foddee dy jed oo y raad shoh, foddee dy jed oo y raad shen.' V'eh feer vaghtal - 'Cha nee, cha nel shin geearree eh jeeaghyn cosoyley rish sheshaght phreevaadjagh, va shin geearree eh ve ny Oik Postagh.'

 

Business plan now off agenda

Giving the Isle of Man Post Office board 'clarity' was the motivation behind a Tynwald amendment last week.

The social value and possible future direction of the statutory body was debated by politicians last week, as questions remain over its finances and service delivery.

During the sitting, Douglas East MHK Chris Robertshaw successfully moved that corporatisation be officially removed from consideration.

Mr Robertshaw says it was intended to help the Post Office move forward:
 

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