Susan Hulme reports on the proceedings at Westminster where the head of Scotland Yard comes under pressure over claims that police officers shredded "possibly thousands" of anti-corruption files.
The House of Commons completes the Budget debate with angry exchanges over pensions and welfare cuts.
And MPs approve the first steps towards decriminalising non-payment of the television licence.
The Lords call for more protection for children when using public Wi-Fi services.
Nick Clegg gets some practise in ahead of his debate with UKIP's Nigel Farage.
And Roderick Vaughan reports from Cardiff on First Minister's questions.
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