Brexit, pupil behaviour, trams to be discussed in HoK
Brexit, the behaviour of students in the Island's schools and tram tracks will all be discussed in this morning's sitting of the House of Keys.
Douglas East MHK Chris Robertshaw will ask the Chief Minister whether the impact of the UK's departure of the European Union will be open to debate in Tynwald in the near future.
Howard Quayle recently described Brexit as the biggest challenge to the current administration on the Isle of Man.
Meanwhile, Education Minister Graham Cregeen will be asked his opinion on how Manx pupils behave in school, and Infrastructure Minister Ray Harmer will explain how the tram tracks on King Edward Road are being used.
The House sits from 10am.