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Monday 28th May 2012 | 16:07
Deputy prime minister Nick Clegg and children's minister Sarah Teather reveal plans to improve childcare and early years education. http://bit.ly/LFwNQr
Business secretary Vince Cable and justice secretary Ken Clarke appear before the Leveson inquiry.
Housing minister Grant Shapps makes an announcement on communities' right to build.
Employment minister Chris Grayling makes a speech marking the first anniversary of the government's welfare to work programme at an event hosted by the Institute of Economic Affairs.
Foreign office minister Jeremy Browne joins Youth Sport Trust CEO John Steele and independent policy advisor Simon Anholt to discuss whether hosting the Olympic Games could help engage new and emerging powers and support political change at a Chatham House event. (13:00)
Cabinet office minister Francis Maude attends the Digital Leaders' Awards dinner. (19.00)
Transport minister Norman Baker gives a video speech to the Surveyor Highways Maintenance conference.
Business minister Baroness Wilcox delivers a keynote speech at an anti-counterfeiting conference in London. (09:30)
Education minister John Hayes, welfare reform minister Lord Freud, enterprise advisor Lord Young, Talk Talk chief executive Dido Harding, Post Office chief executive Paula Vennells, and Saul Nasse, controller of BBC Learning are among the speakers at the National Digital Inclusion Conference
Former health secretary and government adviser on social mobility Alan Milburn launches a report for the Social Mobility and Child Poverty Commission warning that fewer people outside the middle classes have a chance to join the professions.(09:00)
The Mayor of London Boris Johnson meets apprentices at the Coreco Group in Houndsditch. (09:30)
The Work Foundation holds its annual debate on business with speakers including Guardian journalist Will Hutton, businesswoman Deborah Meaden, as well as Mark Littlewood, director, Institute of Economic Affairs. (13:00)
Rock the House Awards 2012 takes place in the House of Commons.