There are just six questions for oral answer tabled for today's (Tues) sitting of the House of Keys.
Four of them come from Liberal Vannin members Peter Karran and Bill Malarkey, whilst the remaining two are from Mr Karran's fellow Onchan MHK David Quirk.
Stuart Peters reports
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Mr Karran has two questions regarding mobile homes on the Island. He will ask if the Department of Transport will investigate changing laws so that larger units are not allowed to park on public roads in residential areas for more that twelve hours at a time.
He will also quiz Transport Minister David Anderson to see if suitable parking facilities for mobile homes and commercial vehicles can be provided in the east of the Island. Mr Karran's other question regards the possible opening of hotels such as the Castle Mona and Golf Links for the TT period, and if any of these hotels - or others which have closed - owe money to the goverment by way of tourism development grants.
His Liberal Vannin colleague Bill Malarkey will ask about the appointment of an e-gaming regulator, whilst Mr Quirk tackles Education Minister Anne Craine on utilisation of school sports facilities for outside use and DOLGE Minister John Shimmin on the current status of the Government Office canteen services.