The EU Withdrawal Bill returns to the Commons, and MPs back the government on its proposals in giving Parliament 'meaningful vote' following Brexit negotiations.
Labour leads a debate on access to medicines, calling for Perjeta and Orkambi to be made available on the NHS in Scotland.
Committee members discuss film and major television production. AMs quiz the finance secretary and Leader of the House. The debates include air quality and Wales's health and social care workforce.
Stuart Wightman gives evidence on his role in the failed Renewable Heat Incentive scheme.
The European Parliament calls for hunger-striking Ukrainian filmmaker Oleg Sentsov to be released from a Russian jail.
The public is often bemused by the way events unfold in Parliament. Maybe the time is coming when MPs should have the argument, and cast their votes, rather than rely on procedure.