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Monday 25th June 2012 | 17:31
Prime minister David Cameron travels to Brussels for the European Council meeting.
Communities secretary Eric Pickles gives a speech to the Local Government Association conference. Shadow chancellor Ed Balls, policing minister Nick Herbert.and MP Tony Lloyd are also among the speakers.
Cabinet office minister Francis Maude announces a number of Whitehall controls on spending in areas such as advertising, marketing, information and communication technology, property and consultancy.
Children and families minister Sarah Teather makes an announcement regarding supported internships for young people with special educational needs.
Transport minister Theresa Villiers will launch the red tape challenge for aviation.
Treasury minister Mark Hoban will launch a consultation on the future of building societies.
Transport secretary Justine Greening appears on BBC Question Time in Luton.
Shadow chief secretary to the Treasury Rachel Reeves, public sector pay review lead Will Hutton and Equalities and Human Rights Commission chief executive Mark Hammond take part in a Fabian Society event.
Reeves also delivers a speech to a Resolution Foundation event on improving incomes for those on low and middle incomes.
Barry Gardiner MP, Ed Miliband's special envoy for climate change and the environment, is among the speakers at a Policy Exchange event to discuss the ETS.
Simon Fraser, permanent under-secretary of state and head of the diplomatic service at the Foreign Office, discusses Britain's foreign policy priorities and relationships with emerging markets in Asia and Latin America at a Chatham House event.