Before we bid farewell, here's a recap of today's political developments:
- David Cameron has said Britain is committed to working with the US to destroy the "caliphate" set up by Islamic State militants in Iraq and Syria
- Former Chief of Defence Staff Lord Richards said military leaders needed to "look again" at the strategy to defeat IS, saying the current plan "won't work in the time I think we have available"
- Defence Committee chairman Julian Lewis said the PM was making up policy on Syria "on the hoof" and called for a coherent strategy
- Labour's four leadership contenders clashed over public spending , welfare cuts and the party's future, during the BBC's Sunday Politics hustings
- Lib Dem leader Tim Farron said he was "absolutely" committed to equality amid questions over his Christian faith and politics
- Culture Secretary John Whittingdale told The Andrew Marr Show he was "surprised" at the BBC's response to the government's consultation on the broadcaster's future
- Liz Kendall has expressed her outrage after being asked about her weight in an interview with the Mail on Sunday newspaper
- Former Labour shadow chancellor Ed Ball has not ruled out a return to politics but said it's "quite unlikely".