BBC correspondents report from Westminster on the most significant of the day's stories in…
The Home Secretary rejects a Labour charge that last week's elections for the new Police and Crime Commissioners were a "shambles".
The head of Ryanair, Michael O'Leary, tells MPs that the idea of a hub airport in the Thames Estuary is "stupid" and "hare-brained".
MPs debate the creation of groceries ombudsman to oversee the relationship between suppliers and the big supermarkets.
In the House of Lords, Peers question a plan by George Osborne to allow employees to give up some employment rights in exchange for shares.
Susan Hulme and team report on today's events in Parliament.