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Keys returns after Easter break

Six members table 16 questions for oral answer

Funding for ME services, the MMR vaccine and TT traffic are among the topics on the order paper for this week's House of Keys sitting.

MHKs will sit for the first time since the Easter break this morning.

Six members have tabled 16 questions for oral answer in the first House of Keys sitting for three weeks.

Ramsey member Lawrie Hooper has four queries on a range of topics, including travel insurance and the cost of the ongoing review of the rates system.

Health Minister David Ashford faces a busy sitting, with Kate Beecroft asking about the budget for ME services, as well as the recent installation of EarlySense technology at Ramsey and District Cottage Hospital.

Ramsey member Dr Alex Allinson wants to know about vaccination rates for measles, mumps and rubella, while Arbory, Castletown and Malew MHK Jason Moorhouse is to ask whether the Education Minister has considered denying pupils who haven't who the jab access to the Island's schools.

Infrastructure Minister Ray Harmer will provide an update on the works on Douglas promenade amid concerns from Onchan MHK Rob Callister over TT traffic.

The recent sale of Manx Telecom, the graduate fair, the results of the 2018 passenger survey and tuition fees for Manx students are also set to feature.

You can follow coverage of question time on Manx Radio's AM 1368 frequency, online and on the smartphone apps from 10am.

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