BBC correspondents report from Westminster on the most significant of the day's stories in…
David Cameron promises a review of green taxes and a new competition test in a bid to tackle household energy bills which he says are "unacceptable".
The Labour leader, Ed Miliband, says the Prime Minister is "changing his policy every day" and what is needed is a price freeze.
Three police officers facing accusations of trying to discredit the former Cabinet minister, Andrew Mitchell, during the "plebgate" row appear before MPs.
The closure of the Grangemouth petrochemical plant is regrettable, says the Energy Secretary. Ed Davey insists robust plans are place to meet Scotland's energy needs.
And Schools Minister, David Laws, gives a warning that schools in England may run out of space to take on more pupils.
Susan Hulme and team report on today's events in Parliament.
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