MPs and peers will today pay their respects to Baroness Thatcher after Parliament was recalled from its Easter recess so tributes could be paid to the former prime minister.
They will debate a single line motion which reads: "That this House has considered the matter of tributes to the Rt Hon Baroness Thatcher of Kesteven LG OM."
The Prime Minister will lead the debate on the death of Lady Thatcher, Ed Miliband will follow, before Speaker John Bercow then calls MPs to contribute.
The order paper for proceedings indicate the debate may continue until 10pm, at which point Leader of the House Andrew Lansley will adjourn the Commons until its planned return from the Easter recess on Monday.
The Prime Minister David Cameron has spent the day on the campaign trail in Eastleigh.
The Prime Minister surprised residents by knocking on their doors to try and drum up support for his party's candidate in the constituency's by-election on tHursday 28th February 2013.
The flying visit follows days of campaigning by other political heavyweights, all hoping their party can gain the disgraced Liberal Democrat Chris Huhne's former seat. Our political correspondent Phil Honrby reports.
Government spending cuts are constantly in the headlines but today the Prime Minister promised to help children's hospices get MORE money from the state.
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