David Cameron has told the public the best way to tackle terrorism, in the wake of the brutal Woolwich attack on Wednesday, is to "stand together" and "go about our normal lives".
MPs are falling over themselves to talk tough on tax. But with Google claiming tax avoidance is merely capitalism in action, lawmakers are now coming under scrutiny in the Great British tax debate.
Nick Clegg and David Cameron vow the coalition will remain united until the 2015 general election - as the deputy prime minister attacks Tory backbenchers for "game-playing".
The 136 Tory rebels who voted against the gay marriage bill will hope it sends a message to the Lords to do their worst with it.
The marriage (same-sex couples) bill gets its third reading and with it the moment for quite a few Tory MPs to register their unhappiness.
As the gay marriage bill has its final Commons reading, a Tory MP says members of his local party are angry about claims that Conservative activists were described as "mad, swivel-eyed loons".
Two Conservative MPs with opposing views on gay marriage - Margot James, and David Burrowes, discuss the issue.
David Cameron hosts a summit of his business advisory group in Downing Street, but does not raise the issue of tax avoidance with Google executive chairman Eric Schmidt.