Home Affairs Minister Ian Le Marquand is facing a series of questions about what background checks are made.
Deputy Mike Higgins wants the minister to publish police check figures and fears the criminal records of eastern european countries may not be available.
Deputy Roy Le Herissier is trying to weedle out information about whether or not Jersey is to have a new general hospital with questions to the health minister.
And the golden handshake furore continues.
Deputy Gerard Baudains is looking for more information about the reasons why former States Chief Executive Bill Ogley left his job early with a payoff of more than half a million pounds.
And Deputy Jackie Hilton is asking why former Health Department Chief Executive Mike Pollard was paid anything at all - he was given £129,000 -when it was reported that he had quit for personal reasons.