Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn accuses the prime minister of wanting to turn the UK into a low-tax economy; while Theresa May said she wanted the UK to be outward-looking and prosperous post-Brexit.
Coverage of Wednesday at the Northern Ireland Assembly, as a top civil servant tells a Stormont inquiry that an adviser to Arlene Foster exerted influence over the botched RHI scheme.
MEPs debate Malta's EU presidency, last month's summit of EU leaders, and elect 14 new vice-presidents.
MSPs have voted to demand the Scottish government allow Highlands and Islands to retain its own board.
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.