Credit card surcharges, the Cork air crash and fostering will all be up for discussion by MHKs later this morning (Tuesday).
The House of Keys has 12 questions for oral answer, as well as six bills to debate.
Onchan MHK Peter Karran will quiz ministers about organisations which can be involved in the planning process, the Richmond Hill road improvement scheme and human rights.
Meanwhile, East Douglas member Brenda Cannell will put two questions about the Island’s fostering policy to Social Care Minister Martyn Quayle.
Health Minister David Anderson will face two questions from North Douglas MHK Bill Henderson about the department’s dental and physiotherapy services.
Mr Henderson is also due to answer a question in his role as chairman of the Office of Fair Trade when Rushen MHK Juan Watterson asks him to work alongside his UK equivalent over credit and debit card surcharges.
Among the new laws being discussed are bills involving the Manx Museum, the European Union, road races and debt recovery.
You can hear live coverage of the House of Keys questions from 10am on Manx Radio’s 1368AM frequency.