The chief minister's appearance before a United Kingdom Treasury Select Committee last week will be in the spotlight in the House of Keys tomorrow.
Michael MHK David Cannan will ask about the implications of the trip, which led to a number of depositors with the crashed Kaupthing Singer and Friedlander Isle of Man voicing concerns about the performance of Tony Brown and his colleagues.
The Drug and Alcohol Strategy Unit will also be discussed, with Rushen MHK Juan Watterson asking about its annual budget for staff and cash.
Mr Watterson also has a written question about the possible use of automatic number plate recognition cameras in the Isle of Man, to catch people with uninsured vehicles.
There are ten questions for oral answer and five for written reply.
In the Legislative Council, Eddie Lowey has a number of questions relating to tourism, particularly the annual Jazz Festival which has been cancelled this year.
Question time in the House of Keys will be broadcast live on Manx Radio, on our AM frequency of 1368, from 10am tomorrow (Tuesday).
The sitting of the Legislative Council gets underway half an hour later.