The week's key speeches and news briefings.
Indian prime minister Narendra Modi making a speech in the Royal Gallery.
Theresa Villiers and Charlie Flanagan holding a joint news conference.
Professor Vernon Bogdanor delivering a lecture on the 1956 Suez crisis.
David Cameron's foreign policy speech at the Lord Mayor's Banquet in London.
A speech by French president Francois Hollande on the aftermath of the Paris attacks.
Gordon Brown's speech on tax credits and family poverty, from Wednesday 11 November.
Prime Minister David Cameron's speech at Chatham House, from Tuesday 10 November.
Recorded coverage of the speech by Irish taoiseach Enda Kenny at the CBI conference.
George Osborne's speech on UK demands for its future EU membership, from 3 November.
Coverage of the event on religious toleration, part of the Festival of Freedoms.
The launch of the National Infrastructure Commission, from Friday 30 October.
David Lidington looking at the UK in a changing Europe, from Wednesday 28 October.
Condoleezza Rice on reenergising Nato capabilities and the transatlantic alliance.
Jeremy Corbyn's speech at the Scottish Labour party conference, from 30 October.
Recorded coverage of Mark Carney giving the Cairncross Lecture in Oxford, from 21 October.
Theresa May's speech at the National Black Police Association Conference, from 22 October.
Michael Fallon and his US counterpart Ash Carter holding a joint news conference.
Recorded coverage of a speech by former foreign secretary David Miliband.
Recorded coverage of an interview with chancellor of the exchequer George Osborne.
Debate between former chancellor Lord Lawson and former business secretary Lord Mandelson.
Recorded coverage of the panel hosted by the Hansard Society on 'Making Sense of May 7th'.
A speech by former Scottish Labour leader Jim Murphy to the Policy Exchange think tank.
A speech by former Labour prime minister Tony Blair at the Progress think tank in London.
Recorded coverage of health secretary making a speech on the NHS in England, from 16 July.
Tim Farron's first keynote speech as the new leader of the Liberal Democrats, from 16 July