Urgent question on elm felling set to be asked
MHKs have one of the last opportunities of this administration to ask questions of government ministers this morning.
Today's House of Keys sitting will start with an urgent question.
Douglas South member Paul Quine is asking for a statement from the DEFA Minister plans to fell 25 elm trees at St Marks.
There are eighteen questions on the agenda, with enquiries on access to Langness, support for first time buyers and rules for gay men donating blood.
Arbory Castletown and Malew MHK Jason Moorhouse has nine questions which range from a charge for paper-based phone bills and about the 2023 senior race day moving to a Saturday.
Onchan member Julie Edge returns to questions about implementation of the Beamans report into education.
Douglas Central MHK Chris Thomas asks about funding for library provision, and when the health department knew of the Corrin Home's financial difficulties.
His fellow constituency MHK Ann Corlett will asked about assistance from the shared equity purchase scheme in the last three years.