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Quayle says European Union nationals welcome to stay

Quayle gra dy vel failt er ashoonee yn Unnaneys Oarpagh tannaghtyn ayn

Aa-hickyrys cheet lurg eiyrtys reihys y Reeriaght Unnaneysit

Ta seyraanee yn Unnaneys Oarpagh ta cummal as gobbraghey ayns Ellan Vannin goll er aa-hickyraghey dy vel failt orroo tannaghtyn ayn.

As ny Cumaadee cosney reihys y Reeriaght Unnaneysit lesh tromlagh mooar, t'eh jeeaghyn dy ve shickyr dy haghyrys eh, faagail yn Unnaneys Oarpagh, ec jerrey Jerrey Gheuree.

Ta'n Ard Shirveishagh Howard Quayle gra dy vel earroo mie er nyn recortey hannah 'sy Skeim Kied Shallidagh ec Oarpee dy Hannaghtyn Ayn.

Adsyn va cummal ayns shoh rish queig bleeaney, t'ad reihalagh son stayd soit as kied gyn cagliagh dy hannaghtyn ayn.

Ta Mnr Quayle gra dy vel seyraanee yn Unnaneys Oarpagh  goaill paart lane-femoil ayns bea as tarmaynys Vannin.

AS HOWARD QUAYLE : Nee mayd freayll rish cur fys s'noa daue.  My vees reddyn cur er y stayd caghlaa – er yn oyr, myr ta mee gra, dy row eh er reiltys y Reeriaght Unnaneysit barganey rish yn Unnaneys Oarpagh, as ta shinyn geiyrt dy chionn er stundayrtyn yn Reeriaght Unnaneysit ayns   arraghey stiagh - myr shoh, nee mayd cummal sleih 'sy voggyl. Agh ta mee geearree aa-hickyraghey cummaltagh yn Unnaneys Oarpagh vees baghey ayns Ellan Vannin dy vel ad laccalit as failt currit orroo, as dy jean mayd dy chooilley red 'sy phooar ain dy yannoo shickyr dy nee rea ta'n caghlaays. 
Agh ta mee geearree aa-hickyraghey cummaltagh yn Unnaneys Oarpagh vees baghey ayns Ellan Vannin dy vel ad laccalit as failt currit orroo, as dy jean mayd dy chooilley red 'sy phooar ain dy yannoo shickyr dy nee rea ta'n caghlaays. 

 


Reassurance follows United Kingdom election result

European Union citizens living and working in the Isle of Man are being reassured they are welcome to stay.

With the Conservatives winning the United Kingdom election with a large majority, leaving the European Union seems certain to happen at the end of January.

Chief Minister Howard Quayle says a good number have already registered on the European Temporary Leave to Remain Scheme.

Those who have lived here for five years are eligible for settled status and indefinite leave to remain.

Mr Quayle says European Union citizens play a vital role in both Manx life and the economy:
 

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