BBC News Parliaments
Ben Wallace tells MPs it is an "understatement" he was angered over an email giving personal details of Afghan translators.
The BBC's director general Tim Davie, is questioned on how BBC News its selects senior staff.
Any talk of an energy supply emergency is alarmist and completely misguided, the business and energy secretary says.
By James Williams
BBC Politics Wales
By Alex Therrien
Boris Johnson says Australia and the UK are as “closely aligned in international policy as any two countries in the world”.
SNP Westminster leader Ian Blackford says the government needs a winter plan for working families.
Labour MP Nadia Whittome asked if the government would commit to sick pay "at a real living wage".
Sir Keir Starmer and the prime minister exchanged barbs over the proposed cut in universal credit.
By Philip Sim
BBC Scotland political reporter
By Jayne McCormack
BBC News NI Political Correspondent