A group representing beneficiaries of the Renewable Heat Incentive scheme appear Stormont's Economy Committee to give their views on a plan to mitigate the initiative's £490m overspend.
The Scottish government leads a debate on the future funding of rural development.
Environment ministers take questions from MPs, followed by debates on Kashmir and Holocaust Memorial Day 2017. Peers debate populism and nationalism around the world.
MEPs call for changes to EU social and employment law, and pass motions on human rights cases.
Committee members discuss the Welsh Language Standards. AMs quiz the Counsel General. There's a statement on the trade union bill. Debates are held on Tata Steel, the National Grid, bin collections and small businesses.
Brexit will dominate the week's Parliamentary statements, with anticipation over the Supreme Court ruling, and Theresa May's speech due.