Government targets, car tax, air travel among Tynwald topics

The delivery of the Programme for Government, employment of school children and car tax are all on the order paper at this month's Tynwald sitting.

Chief Minister Howard Quayle will be looking to introduce a system for measuring how the Government is delivering its targets and priorities.

Changes limiting the number of hours those at school can work in a week and proposals to introduce higher vehicle licence fees for some drivers will also be considered.

On this morning's question paper, Ramsey Courthouse, the cost of air travel and gun licences will all be discussed.

Tynwald gets underway from 10.30am.