In our political programme from Westminster, a panel of MPs considered the aftermath of the Government's defeat in the Commons over possible military action in Syria.
Joining Helen Ford for the studio discussion; the Labour MP for Dumfries and Galloway, Russell Brown; the Conservative member for Scarborough and Whitby, Robert Goodwill, and the Redcar Liberal Democrat Ian Swales.
You can watch an edited version of the debate here:
Helen Ford presents our political programme from Westminster.
Hexham MP Guy Opperman will be in the studio to discuss payday loans and alternatives to high-cost credit.
Also in the programme, Dumfries and Galloway MP Russell Brown joins the panel of MPs to consider Westminster's response to the crisis in Syria.
An award winning team of apprentices from Cumbria have been in Westminster to meet with the Business Secretary Vince Cable.
The youngsters, who work at a manufacturing company based in Wigton, were invited to parliament to meet with MPs after winning the Brathay Apprentice Challenge last week.
Richard Wilson reports:
Better Together, the campaign to keep Scotland a part of the United Kingdom, is hosting its first formal event at Westminster.
Speakers including Alistair Darling and Danny Alexander, the Chief Secretary to the Treasury,will be outlining why they oppose the Yes campaign for devolution.
The first Cumbria Day has taken place in London. Ministers sampled the best food and drink from across the county. Hannah McNulty reports.
Prime Minister David Cameron has tweeted praise for Cumbria Day after visiting the exhibition in Westminster.
"Just visited #cumbriaday event at parliament to promote tourism in this beautiful area. Brings back happy memories of swimming in Ullswater."
The Prime Minister has been taking part in Cumbria Day in Westminster and was full of praise for the food and drink producers from the region:
Producers who make everything from beer to brie have been spending the day at Westminster for the first ever Cumbria Day.
The Prime Minister has been sampling different food and drink produced in the county.
The Prime Minister says he's 'very much looking forward' to celebrating Cumbria Day.
Dozens of food and drink producers are showcasing the best the county has to offer to ministers at Westminster. During Prime Ministers Questions, David Cameron reminisced about his time in the county.
Suppliers from all over Cumbria will be providing samples of Cumbrian delicacies as part of 'Cumbria Day' in Westminster.
Grasmere Gingerbread, Cartmel Sticky Toffee Pudding, Cumbrian cheeses and Cumberland sausages, will join ales from the Ulverston Brewery company and Coniston Brewery.
One brewer from Cumbria has produced a beer which was recently named the best n Britain:
"It's vitality important that we shout loud about the quality of produce in Cumbria.
"We produce some of the best food and drink in the UK, and the small sample of food and drink here today goes to show the high quality of what Cumbria has to offer."