Liberal Vannin members Peter Karran and Kate Beecroft have six of the seven questions tabled for oral answer at tomorrow's sitting of the House of Keys.
The one other question comes from Douglas West member Chris Thomas.
Topics range from the legislation to which commercial aircraft operating out of the Island must comply, the number of films made since Pinewood Film advisors became the managers of the Media Development Fund, and the structure of the education department's senior management.
There are fifteen questions for written answer, the second reading of the Healthcare Professionals Bill 2014, and Rushen member Phil Gawne will ask for leave to introduce a bill to abolish the Legislative Council.
For the time being, however, the Council will be sitting as normal for first readings of the Copyright (Amendment) Bill 2013, the Limited Liability Companies (Amendment) Bill, and the Post Office (Amendment) Bill 2013.