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Monday 25th June 2012 | 17:21
Burmese democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi finishes her UK visit and meets with deputy prime minister Nick Clegg.
Chief secretary to the Treasury Danny Alexander addresses the annual Electoral Reform Society conference.
Universities and science minister David Willetts is due to announce the government response to the Wilson review that looked at business-university collaboration.
The British Retail Consortium (BRC) holds its 2012 Retail Symposium with communities secretary Eric Pickles among the speakers. (15:15)
Education secretary Michael Gove joins former schools minister Andrew Adonis, Matthew Hancock MP, former Downing Street advisor Peter Hyman and free school founder Toby Young at the annual Spectator conference.
Gove also introduces Michelle Rhee, founder of teaching organisation StudentsFirst to speak at a Policy Exchange event.
Public health minister Anne Milton makes an announcement that new parents will get more support from health visitors in the home and community.
Milton also makes an announcement regarding genetic testing and insurance. (09:30)
Enterprise minister John Hayes and shadow communities’ secretary Hilary Benn speak on day one of the annual Local Government Association conference.
Transport minister Norman Baker gives a video speech to a conference on street lighting.
Health select committee chair Stephen Dorrell attends the launch of the Demos report on re-ablement. (08:30)
Dorrell also attends a Breakthrough Breast Cancer Parliamentary reception. Shadow health secretary Andy Burnham also attends.
The Hannah Mitchell Foundation holds its first Parliamentary reception to call for a stronger voice for the North. Speakers include: Louise Ellman MP, Austin Mitchell MP and Dave Anderson MP.
Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams hosts the launch of the Department for International Development's Faith Partnership Principles paper and the annual Lambeth Palace Inter Faith lecture panel discussion. (17:30)
The Trades Union Congress holds an event debating austerity measures. General secretary Brendan Barber and Lord Robert Skidelsky are among the speakers.
The Unite union conference continues in Brighton.