MSPs vote to "halt" national assessments for P1 pupils and Education Secretary John Swinney tweets he will give a statement to Holyrood.
Jack Sargeant says he will build on his dad Carl’s legacy by playing his part in delivering "a kinder politics".
The Commons debates giving MPs who can't be present in the chamber, due to family commitments or ill health, the chance to register their vote, by proxy voting.
Jean-Claude Juncker gives his last 'state of the union' speech as president of the European Commission.
Live cash-for-ash inquiry coverage as Dr Andrew Crawford is questioned on his role in the failed heating scheme.
The parliamentary agenda looks designed to avoid controversies in the run-up to the party conference season - but that's no reason to assume there won't be dramas.