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Monday 16th April 2012 | 17:06
Prime minister David Cameron sets outs the next steps of his campaign to work with nurses to improve standards of care for all NHS patients. http://bit.ly/HTYTba
The prime minister will later meet with Li Changhun of the Chinese Communist Party. (13:30)
International development secretary Andrew Mitchell delivers a speech on climate change and disaster risk reduction. (18:00)
Home secretary Theresa May is expected to make a statement on the case of radical Muslim cleric Abu Qatada.
Deputy prime minister and Liberal Democrat leader Nick Clegg and party candidate for London Mayor Brian Paddick participate in a Youth Vote London Q&A. (14:00)
Exchequer secretary to the Treasury David Gauke participates in a Reform event on 'going for growth'. (19:00)
Financial secretary to the Treasury Mark Hoban speaks at an International Capital Market Association event. (09:00)
Policing minister Nick Herbert delivers the keynote speech at a Reform event on the future of prisons, probation and the criminal justice system (09:15). Shadow justice secretary Sadiq Khan also speaks. (12:30)
Business minister Mark Prisk is set to announce the list of exhibitors for the Make it in Great Britain exhibition.
Transport minister Norman Baker speaks at the Parkex parking conference, London.
Crime prevention minister James Brokenshire speaks at the ASIS European Security Conference. (09:10)
Cabinet Office minister Francis Maude, US Secretary of State Hilary Clinton and Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff are among participants at an annual meeting in Brazil to discuss tools and technologies to help achieve greater openness in government.
Conservative MP Mark Pawsey is among the speakers at a RUSI event on air emergency services. (08:30)
Writing for PoliticsHome ahead of his ten-minute rule bill, Labour MP John Healey says it is vital mothers who have babies through surrogates have equal leave, pay and allowance arrangements. http://bit.ly/Ii6JMn
Labour MP John Cruddas is among the speakers at a Resolution Foundation event on living standards and the national minimum wage. (09:30)
Former transport secretary Lord Adonis is among the speakers at an IPPR North debate on the upcoming mayoral referendums across the UK.
The British Youth Council, supported by the House of Commons, launches the 'Youth Select Committee' – a new body which mirrors the UK Parliament select committee structure and gives young people the opportunity to scrutinise and hold inquiries on topics they're interested in.
The 47th Appleton Lecture is hosted by the Institution of Engineering and Technology. The lecture is to discuss methods to ensure that Heathrow becomes a more resilient hub airport. http://bit.ly/HQm18m