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Five MPs secure enough support from fellow MPs to stand for Labour's deputy leadership.
A Daily Politics panel review the first PMQs with George Osborne taking questions and Hilary Benn speaking for Labour.
Caroline Lucas on a Westminster lobby about climate change and Parliamentary investments in fossil fuels.
The Speaker steps in to tell an MP to calm himself, claiming yoga would help, after warning of "all that hot curry".
Hilary Benn asks about agreements with airlines to report unaccompanied minors travelling to Syria.
Angus Robertson asks the chancellor if reports are true that the Chilcot Report has been delayed until 2016.
David Cameron tells Sir John Chilcot he is "fast losing patience" with the delays in the publication of the Iraq Inquiry report.
The first PMQs question to George Osborne is a challenge over house building and housing benefit in London.
Stormont's finance committee has agreed to allow finance minister Arlene Foster to rush her new budget bill through the assembly.
UK unemployment falls again while wage growth hits a near four-year high, official figures show.
Nigel Farage attempts to kill off "myths" he says are being peddled by pro-EU campaigners, ahead of the referendum campaign.
A new map detailing plans for fewer councils in Wales is revealed by ministers.
Chancellor George Osborne is set to take centre stage for the first time at Prime Minister's Questions as he stands in for David Cameron.
Who is she and can Labour hope to win her back?
Nicola Sturgeon is to call on the UK government to look into incentives to boost oil and gas exploration in the North Sea.
Labour's Tristram Hunt is calling for a cross-party, long-term approach to updating England's exams and curriculum.
The candidates to become Labour's nomination for London mayor clash over airport expansion in their first hustings debate.
A timeline showing how events could unfold as the UK prepares for a referendum on its membership of the EU.
Plans to cut the number of Welsh councils from 22 to single figures will be published on Wednesday, BBC Wales understands.
An SNP bid making sure Britain's exit from the EU is dependant on all four nations voting for it in the referendum is rejected.