BBC News Parliaments
By Iain Watson & Patrick Clahane
Political correspondent, BBC News
Health secretary Sajid Javid said he will do nothing to help Welsh rugby sides Cardiff and Scarlets come back to UK from South Africa.
The health secretary details travel restrictions brought in amid concern about a new Covid variant.
As a new mum, Pontypridd MP Alex Davies-Jones sought assurances she could breastfeed in Parliament.
By Enda McClafferty
BBC News NI political editor
By George Bowden
Labour accuses the government of "picking the pockets" of working people to protect the estates of the wealthiest to cover health and social care costs.
The SNP Westminster leader references a difficult week for Boris Johnson, asking if he is considering resigning before pushed out of office.
Lindsay Hoyle says there are "differing views" on the issue of mothers taking children in to the House of Commons.
MP Stella Creasy spoke to the BBC about it being against the rules to bring a baby into the Commons.
Ministers say they want hospitality to remain 'open and safely' and reinforced Covid-19 guidance.