BBC News Parliaments
By Lucy Owen
Seth will become the first person in a wheelchair to be sworn into into the Welsh Youth Parliament.
Ed Davey claims the PM is prepared to see farmers go bankrupt, but asks for help "before it is too late".
Imran Hussain questions the government's plans to give the Home Office the power to revoke people's citizenship.
Ian Blackford asks why the UK government is not tightening rules for people arriving to stop the Omicron variant.
Keir Starmer asks if a party was held at No 10 while the rest of the country faced lockdown measures.
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