house of keysA look at today’s questions

Members of the House of Keys once again turn their attention to the subject of assisted dying today.

They will also be given the opportunity to talk about the Bishop’s vote in Tynwald.

Last week’s lengthy debate on the second stage of the assisted dying  bill prompted MHK Rob Callister  to postpone  his request for members to form a committee to look more closely at the bills clauses stages until today.

That will be followed by Laurie Hooper’s request  to bring about a Bill that would stop the Bishop having a vote in Tynwald.

Short of any last minute urgent matters, there are 18 questions for answer

They start with the terms of the Crogga license, move to the Energy Policy Board, then onto headteachers taking charge of more than one school.

Also, if the post Office is considering offering credit cards and if there has been any word from Tesco about reinstating its card.

Other topics; fire safety in multi-storey carparks, and a proposed crossing on Johnny Watterson’s lane.