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First Tynwald sitting of 2013

A wide range of topics will be covered during tomorrow's (Tuesday) Tynwald question time.

Michael MHK Alf Cannan wants to know what immediate action the Health Minister is taking to reduce waiting lists.

David Anderson will also be asked if he intends to extend breast screening to those aged between 47 and 73, and how many medical professionals working on the Island qualified outside the UK.

East Douglas MHK Brenda Cannell will ask Education Minister Tim Crookall if there was any public consultation prior to his department's decision to charge students for further education, and whether an impact assessment has been carried out.

Castletown MHK Richard Ronan wants to know how much the temporary railway platform at School Hill is costing the taxpayer.

That question is for Community, Culture and Leisure Minister Graham Cregeen, as is one asking how many people camped at the NSC during the centenary TT in 2007.

Meanwhile, Onchan MHK Peter Karran will ask Mr Cregeen if the one-off £400 payment received by bus drivers was the same as the amount received by all Whitley Council workers.

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