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Keys returns to Assisted Dying Bill

The agenda for Tuesday, 11 June

Permission will be asked this morning for members of The House of Keys to be able to attend the funeral of former MHK, Eddie Lowey.

That will mean the session is paused after the question paper and then resumed later.

Much of that later session, after questions, is likely to be taken up with further discussion on the clauses of The Assisted Dying Bill.

A number of witnesses have already appeared in earlier Keys sessions to give their expert view of the Bill.

Today (Tuesday, 11 June) permission will be asked for three more to appear at the bar and answer members questions.

The question paper topics ranges from empty properties  to the whereabouts of the tram track that was earmarked for the horse tram extension on The Promenade.

Also regulations for e scooters, facilities for Douglas bus passengers in Douglas, how many residential customers have had their energy supplies cut off this year and secondary school expulsions in the last three years.

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