The Commons today heard the first details of the proposed "settled status" scheme for EU nationals who continue to live in the UK after the country has left the EU.
Settled status will cost £65, or £32.50 for children under 16. It will be available to all EU citizens once they have lived in the UK for more than five years; for citizens applying before they have lived in the UK for five years, they will be granted pre-settled status.
In other events, the government were criticised by Labour for their response to an NAO report published which says that Universal Credit could cost more than the current system it is due to replace.
Ministers were also called to the despatch box after an urgent question by Labour on the awarding of a fire and rescue contract for the Ministry of Defence was awarded to Capita.
The Commons will return at 2:30pm on Monday with education questions.