Tory MP Bob Blackman's Homelessness Reduction Bill has been given second reading, which means that it's past its first parliamentary test.
Nicola Sturgeon defends her government's record on the NHS after a report highlighted the "significant financial challenges" facing it.
MEPs debate the EU's volunteer service, youth strategy and funding for farmers.
Coverage of Thursday at the Northern Ireland Assembly, as Health Minister Michelle O'Neill and Prof Rafael Bengoa discuss the future of health services with Stormont's Health Committee.
Plenary notes the 50th Anniversary of the Aberfan Disaster, before proceeding with finance questions. There are also debates on the UK Government's Wales Bill, local government and on a youth parliament.
Will a 'Leveson amendment' in the Investigatory Powers Bill lead to brinkmanship between the Lords and the Commons this week?