Ministers at the Department of Transport face questions in the House of Commons.
The Public Petitions Committee takes evidence from a mother whose ten-year-old son died from cardiac arrest and who is calling for better access to defibrillators.
AMs have called for an end to cuts in further education in a vote in the Senedd.
The European Parliament approves new caps on the price of a intra-EU phone calls and text messages.
The RHI Inquiry's public hearings draw to a close with more revelations about the botched scheme.
The week kicks off with the new Work and Pensions Secretary Amber Rudd taking questions - and the fallout from the announcement about the proposed Brexit deal will continue through the week.