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Mental health incidents, petrol pricing and horse tram among topics up for discussion in House of Keys

But will they be overshadowed by the Bishop's vote?

A short question paper in the House of Keys is likely to be overshadowed by a Bill seeking to remove the Bishop's vote in the Legislative Council and Tynwald.

Lawrie Hooper's private members' bill is expected to follow a string of eight questions from various backbench MHK's, including David Ashford, Jason Moorhouse and Michelle Haywood.

Mr Ashford's questions range from the length and profitability of the horse tramway on Douglas promenade to when the appointment process for the Independent Monitoring Board and the Parole Committee was last reviewed.

Meanwhile, Jason Moorhouse wants to know about a possible review of national insurance rates, before moving to child mental health incidents at schools, at home or in other environments.

Questions are also tabled looking into the powers of the Office of Fair Trading with regard to the price of petrol, how many employers offered work experience to students and the take-up of postal workers in a Mutually Agreed Resignation Scheme.

Manx Radio will be broadcasting the sitting on our DAB and AM1368 frequency or online.

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