Session will follow emergency Brexit Tynwald
A delayed start will see the final House of Keys session of the parliamentary year get under way on Tuesday.
Tynwald has been recalled for an emergency meeting to discuss Brexit, from 10am, after which Keys and Legislative Council members will begin their respective sittings as planned.
The year isn't bowing out quietly in the House of Keys - with 18 questions tabled for oral answer today.
Twelve of them are from Onchan member Peter Karran.
A further four come from West Douglas MHK Chris Thomas, who is also behind all of the six questions tabled for written answer.
Mr Karran wants answers on river contaminants in Peel bay, the recording of public service phone calls, hospital errors and government whistleblowing.
Meanwhile Mr Thomas will press Office of Fair Trading chairman David Quirk on Manx Gas profits and the sale of parent company IEG - he'll also ask the Communications Commission about broadband internet speeds.
You can hear coverage of questions on Manx Radio's AM1368 frequency, online at manxradio.com or via our mobile apps.