Topics Ranging from Reciprocal Health Agreement to Sarah\'s Law Up For Discussion in Tuesday\'s Tynwald
There’s a busy sitting of the House of Keys scheduled for Tuesday.
Douglas North MHK Bill Henderson will ask the Home Affairs Minister if the Isle of Man will follow the UK’s lead and introduce Sarah's Law which was recently introduced in the UK as a knock on from the tragic abduction and murder of British 8 year old Sarah Payne by paedophile Roy Whiting in 2000.
The Law aims to alert parents to the whereabouts of any paedophiles who may live in their surrounding area.
Also up for discussion will be the Town and Village Regeneration project which appears to have stalled in light of the Government’s finances taking a considerable hit with the ending of the VAT sharing arrangement.