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Here are the other political developments that have happened today:
- The government's remaining 30% stake in Royal Mail is to be sold and £3bn cut from government spending this year, George Osborne has announced
- A department-by-department list of where the axe will fall can be found here
- German Chancellor Angela Merkel has said the EU may have to consider treaty change if that is what it takes to keep the UK in
- Ed Miliband has made his first Commons speech since resigning the Labour leadership, and used the moment to call for action against inequality
- The IFS warns that government spending cuts will see unprotected parts of the social security budget fall to their lowest level for 25 years
- Downing Street has made a fresh appeal to the body that sets MPs' pay to abandon plans for a £7,000 rise
- The High Court has begun hearing a legal challenge, brought by two MPs, to the government's emergency surveillance law
And finally, Conservative minister Anna Soubry h as rebuked SNP MP Alex Salmond for telling her to "behave yourself, women" during heated Commons exchanges.