Here's your recess look ahead to the week in politics. There's very little happening, but what IS happening is below.
The former Tory Peer Lord Taylor of Warwick is sentenced for fiddling his Parliamentary Expenses. He was Convicted of Six Counts of Theft s17, Theft by False Accounting and he will appear at Southwark Crown Court, and the case number is T20100765.
The Ofcom Consultation closes today for the auctioning off of the 4G spectrum. Mobile phone operators will ultimately pay big bucks to facilitate the next step in mobile communications technology.
Today is also the submission date for workplace pension reforms (Department for Work and Pensions).
Happy 15th anniversary to the Prime Minister and his wife Samantha.
Lending to individual stats are out at 9:30am. MRSA statistics are out separately also.
Immigration Minister Damian Green opens the Morton Hall Removal Centre.
EXPENSES - IPSA publishes MP's Expense claims, which were processed in January 2011.
Boris Johnson holds his own PM Direct style event entitled "Talk London". If you're a London Resident, you can grill the Mayor on everything from Boris bikes to London busses. This ties in with the Annual Survey of Londoners opinions.
The Centre for Public Scrutiny holds it's annual conference today looking at the non-executive role in service accountability.
The Home Affairs Select Committee, Chaired by Keith Vaz publishes it's report on the work of the UK Border Agency. This should be a good read.
The only other event to mention right now (scraping the bottom as they say), the Government Art Collection Exhibition takes place today at Whitechapel.