The day started at 9:30am with questions on International Trade and International Development. Conservative leadership contender Rory Stewart caused a stir when he said he would be seeking a customs union with the European Union, against current government policy.
The government also outlined future business in the Commons for the week ahead.
There'll be some legislation on Monday on National Insurance Contributions, and there's two motions to be approved on Child Support and Consumer Rights on Tuesday.
The Commons has now moved on to the adjournment debate, tabled by Conservative David Morris, on the Eden Project and its impact on Morecambe and the North West.
That's where we're going to leave our live page for this week.
We'll return on Monday when the Commons starts the week with Home Office questions from 2:30pm.
Do join us then.