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Single legal entity needs careful consideration

Ta feme er smooinaghtyn dowin son unnid leighagh

Shegin da'n Ellan kiarail y ghoaill, bentyn da  cur er bun reiltys unnidagh, reir ard-leighder.

Gys jerrey Vee Luanistyn, ta'n treealtys roish y theay son cochoyrle.

Hug y Reejerey John Elvidge tuarastyl magh, as eh gra dy row yn caghlaa ymmyrçhagh dy gheddyn rey rish yn eie dy vel gagh rheynn reiltys scarrit dy bollagh rish rheynn elley.

Agh ta'n leighder Paul Beckett gra, dy beagh y caghlaa jeant, veagh orrin smooinaghtyn mychione kiarail y Chiare as Feed.
 

Single legal entity needs careful consideration

The Island needs to be careful about any moves to introduce a single entity government, according to a leading advocate.

The idea is out for consultation, until the end of August.

Sir John Elvidge produced a report saying the move is necessary to end the so-called 'silo mentality".

But advocate Paul Beckett says if the move is made we would have to think about the function of the House of Keys.

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