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An interesting test of nerve is looming for the Backbench Business Committee - the new-fangled institution that controls a chunk of Commons debating time, and parcels it out to allow discussion of concerns raised by backbench MPs.
Deputy Prime Minister and Lib Dem leader Nick Clegg takes prime minister's questions in David Cameron's absence, and faces questions from deputy Labour leader Harriet Harman on health care policies, tax, and youth unemployment.
MPs take evidence from the Governor of the Bank of England, Mark Carney.
MPs in Westminster Hall debate rolling stock provision in the North of England
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