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UK police cuts concern for Island drug trade

Giarrey poleeney sy Reeriaght Unnaneyssit, nee eh dellal-druggey Ellanagh smoo boiragh

Ta'n Shirveishagh Cooishyn Sthie er chur raaue dy bee cur lesh druggaghyn gys Mannin jeant smoo boiragh, kyndagh rish giarrey poleeney sy Reeriaght Unnaneyssit.

Dockle Juan y Kodhere magh cochoyrle yn çhiaghtin shoh chaie, bentyn da cur lesh stiagh tooilley scrutaghtyn ec purtyn goll stiagh ayns as çheet magh ass yn Ellan.

Er Barel y Doonee, dooyrt Mnr Kodhere dy noddagh tooilley scrutaghtyn ynnydagh jannoo anchaslyssyn fondagh.


UK police cuts concern for Island drug trade

The Home Affairs Minister has warned that cuts to policing in the UK will make bringing drugs to the Isle of Man more of a concern.

Juan Watterson announced a consultation last week to implement further ID checks at ports to and from the Island.

On Sunday Opinion, Mr Watterson said further checks locally could make a significant difference.

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