Public spending in spotlight
MHKs will have plenty to discuss when the House of Keys sits this morning (Tuesday).
Public spending, same-sex marriage and coastline protection are all on the agenda.
There are 17 questions for oral answer and a further 28 for written answer.
Among the questions, Treasury Minister Eddie Teare will be asked if the Constabulary's winter awareness campaign is directly linked to any cuts in police funding.
Meanwhile, Economic Development Minister Lawrence Skelly will face a question on the Sports Consultancy feasibility report. That's in relation to the proposed TT World Series that was shelved in October.
The controversy surrounding Manx Gas doesn't seem to be going away - with Chairman of the Office of Fair Trading David Quirk to be questioned on any costs the company is able to claim.
You can hear live coverage of Keys questions on Manx Radio's AM 1368 frequency - as well as online at ManxRadio.com - from 10am.