There are more questions on Pinewood and advocates in the House of Keys today, following on from last week's ones.
South Douglas MHK Kate Beecroft will ask the treasury minister under what circumstances the government would be unable to sell its shares in the film studio.
North Douglas MHK John Houghton will ask the treasury minister whether there are plans to ban advocates from divorce proceedings, and have them dealt with by arbitration instead.
And Onchan MHK Peter Karran wants to know to what extent the Department of Environment, Food and Agriculture prioritises capital savings over public safety when it comes to sewage contamination.
There are questions for written answer on the likes of the acting Attorney General's contract, consultants' fees, and complaints relating to children in care.
The Trusts (Amendment) Bill and Landlord and Tenant (Private Housing) Bill will both have their second readings in Keys.
Meanwhile, the Legislative Council has the Control of Employment Bill and Representation of the People (Amendment) Bill for third reading, and the Law Officers Bill and Terrorism and other Crime (Financial Restrictions) Bill for second reading and clauses stage.
You can hear coverage of House of Keys questions on Manx Radio's AM1368 frequency, and online at manxradio.com, from 10am.