The House of Keys sits later this morning, with plenty for MHKs to discuss.
On the order paper are eight questions for oral answer, only one for written reply, and four bills.
North Douglas MHK Bill Henderson looks set to dominate the start of the sitting, tabling more than half the questions to ministers.
And he’ll be joined by his constituency colleague John Houghton MHK on the topic of two year reviews of social housing tenancies.
Between them Mr Henderson and Mr Houghton will ask Social Care Minister Chris Robertshaw five questions on the subject of tenancy reviews.
But also aired during question time will be queries on civil service pensions, newly-qualified teachers and the rent paid by the family library for Noble’s Hall.
Meanwhile, the bills covering flood risk, children and young people, fisheries and bribery will all go before the House.
And the Legislative Council, also due to sit today, will consider laws about regulating care and sunbeds.
You can hear live coverage of House of Keys questions on Manx Radio’s AM1368 frequency, and online at manxradio.com from 10am this morning.