That's your lot from the Politics Live team today. It's been another busy Sunday - here's a look back at what's happened:
- Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond told the Andrew Marr show the UK and Russia will continue to have a "prickly relationship", with no clear signs Vladimir Putin will alter his intentions in Ukraine
- Mr Hammond refused to commit his party to spending 2% of GDP on defence in the next Parliament
- Ed Miliband said a Labour government would legislate to ensure TV debates become a permanent feature of general elections
- A Labour candidate announced she would not be accepting a £1,000 donation from former prime minister Tony Blair
- The Telegraph reported a new government anti-extremism strategy may include measures to ban radical Islamists from working unsupervised with children
We're back tomorrow morning for all the latest political news and analysis. See you then.