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Monday 26th March 2012 | 00:04
Prime minister David Cameron announces that funding for dementia will be doubled to £66m by 2015 to help tackle "shockingly low" diagnosis rates.
Deputy prime minister Nick Clegg attends the Seoul nuclear summit. He is expected to announce that the UK has approved a Free Trade Agreement between the EU and South Korea that will be worth an estimated £500m to the UK each year and create an additional £2bn in export opportunities for UK businesses.
Defence secretary Philip Hammond announces a £350m deal with Babcock to upgrade and refit the HMS Vengeance nuclear deterrent submarine.
Care services minister Paul Burstow appears at the Dementia 2012 summit. (09:30)
Employment minister Chris Grayling delivers the keynote speech at the Centre for Economic and Social Inclusion conference on the government work programme. (09:00)
Conservative MP Stephen Hammond, private secretary to communities secretary Eric Pickles, delivers a lecture to a Mile End Group event on the 'future of the City of London'.
Conservative MP Rory Stewart speaks at a Bow Group event on 'a nuclear Iran'. (18:00)
Labour MP Hazel Blears participates in a Policy Exchange debate on the decline in working-class MPs. (12:30) http://bit.ly/GQZ59M
In an article for PoliticsHome.com, Labour MP Chris Evans calls on the government to implement legislation for banks to produce a report specifying who they are lending to. http://bit.ly/GRGu1u
Labour MP Lisa Nandy is among the speakers at the Compass annual lecture on 'the craft of cooperation'. (18:30)
In an article for PoliticsHome, Lord Alton of Liverpool urges the government to use its presidency of the United Nations Security Council to bring Joseph Kony and his Lord's Resistance Army (LRA) to justice. http://bit.ly/H8M7Go
Scottish First Minister Alex Salmond speaks at a Skills Development Scotland summit looking at employment challenges for youth living in the Highlands and the Islands.
Goldman Sachs banker Jim O'Neill debates stimulus vs. austerity at a Reform event.