BBC correspondents report from Westminster on the most significant of the day's stories in…
Mark D'Arcy reports from Westminster as MPs continue to debate (very very slowly) the EU Referendum Bill which proposes that there should be a referendum on the UK's membership of the European Union in 2017.
Conservatives support the Bill but Labour and Liberal Democrat MPs have done their best to delay its progress.
The proposals are being steered through Parliament by the Conservative MP, James Wharton. The measure is a Private Member's Bill which means it could run out of parliamentary time -- there are only another three Fridays set aside for discussion of Private Member's Bills and the Lords haven't even started debating the plans.
* Mark hears about plans to shake up the way the House of Commons debates and takes decisions on EU laws.
* The Speaker, John Bercow, argues it's time to look at the pros and cons of a digital democracy.
* A Conservative MP explains why he wants to make it easier for voters to sack their MP.
* And the latest on the parliamentary battle over HS2 - a process that could take even longer than the debate on the EU Referendum Bill.
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