Live coverage of the the judge-led inquiry into the botched Renewable Heat Incentive scheme.
MPs and peers debate universal credit, with Opposition MPs calling for a reduction to the initial wait for a first payment to one month.
John Swinney tells MSPs Nicola Sturgeon will return early from Bonn Summit to be available for talks on the troubled engineering firm BiFab.
The European Parliament ratifies an EU partnership agreement with New Zealand, and approves a set of three human rights motions.
The economy committee scrutinises the draft budget. In plenary, AMs quiz the education and health secretaries.
Even Brexit is eclipsed by the Budget this week - but there's plenty going on elsewhere in the chambers and corridors of Westminster too.