Good morning from Westminster.
Will Labour peers manage to Kill Bill or will peace and harmony reign at Westminster as the Lords resume their debate on changing the voting system? We'll have the latest on the shenanigans of the Upper House.
And in the Lower House, there's another battle from midday with Call Me Dave Versus Not so Red Ed at PMQs.
And with us for the whole show - and helping us to reviewing PMQs - are International Development Secretary Alan Duncan and the Shadow Business Secretary John Denham.
Plans are afoot to stop prisoners from getting the vote. We'll be talking to a new coalition with Jack Straw and David Davis.
And do you drive a car? Do you feel persecuted for doing so? Motoring enthusiast Dr Fox tells us why he's not a happy bunny.
And why not guess the year and win a Daily Politics mug - follow the picture link on our web site to get your entry in early, or watch in show around 1155.
Join Anita and Andrew live from 1130, or catch the midnight repeat on BBC Parliament.