The day in the Commons starts with questions to the Chancellor, Philip Hammond, and his team of ministers.
Italian MEP Antonio Tajani leads the race to become the next president of the European Parliament.
A call for a public inquiry into the botched £1.2bn Renewable Heat Incentive scheme is debated by MLAs the day after Stormont collapses.
The Justice Committee takes evidence on the role of the Crown Office and Procurator Fiscal Service.
Plenary meeting includes questions to the finance and education secretaries, and debates on winter preparedness, obesity rates and Wales's future in the Single Market following Brexit.
Brexit will dominate the week's Parliamentary statements, with anticipation over the Supreme Court ruling, and Theresa May's speech due.