The House of Lords Economic Affairs Committee will question Lord West of Spithead on as part of their inquiry into the impact on the UK economy of Scottish independence.
They will question him about whether an independent Scotland end the UK's nuclear deterrent
Lord West was Chief of Naval Staff and First Sea Lord from 2002-2006. He was Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State (Security and Counter-Terrorism) at the Home Office 2007-10.
The Committee will question Lord West on issues including:
The feasibility of moving the UK's nuclear deterrent facilities from the Clyde to elsewhere in the UK and how much this might cost;
Whether he agrees with the Ministry of Defence's position not to plan for Scottish independence.
How many jobs in Scotland depend both directly and indirectly on the Trident nuclear programme.
If there would be any impact on the shipbuilding industry in Scotland as a result of independence
The Westmorland and Lonsdale MP Tim Farron has criticised the continued lack of Accident and Emergency services at Westmorland General Hospital.
He said his constituents were suffering rationing of healthcare, not by price, but by distance. In response, the Health Minister Dr Dan Poulter said the new clinical commissioning groups would have the power to look at this issue, when they come into force in April.
The Scottish Secretary Michael Moore says the framework is in place for a 'legal, fair and decisive' referendum on Scottish independence.
The Borders MP was giving evidence to a committee of colleagues on the precise terms of the deal over the vote on possible separation.
You can see the report from Helen Ford below:
The Scottish Secretary Michael Moore will give evidence to MPs over the arrangements the referendum on Scottish independence. Mr Moore, who is MP for Berwickshire, Roxburgh and Selkirk, will be questioned over the terms of the Edinburgh Agreement.
The Scottish Affairs Committee is conducting a wide ranging inquiry into the possibility of Scottish separation.
Mr Moore's deputy at the Scotland Office, the Dumfriesshire, Clydesdale and Tweeddale MP David Mundell will also give evidence to the committee, as it gathers evidence on the Agreement, which was signed on 15 October.
South Cumbria MP Tim Farron says they have been fighting for years against the campaign to move the control centre because they think the move is dangerous. The FBU say they fear the move will lose the effective mobilisation of appliances that they have now.
A delegation from the Fire brigade's Union are travelling to London as part of the union's campaign against the plans to re locate Cumbria's control centre to Cheshire.
Tim Farron MP will hand over 18,247 signatures to the speaker of the House of Commons on behalf of the FBU and Cumbrian citizens.
The Union has already handed in a 3,298 signature petition to the county council which triggered a full council debate, however the plans were not changed as a result. The union say vital local knowledge will be lost if the control centre is moved out of the county.