Here's a quick recap of today's events before we go:
The government announced new powers to tackle radicalisation. David Cameron claimed the UK has been a "passively tolerant society" for too long.
New figures showed unemployment in the UK has continued to fall. Politicians welcomed the statistics though Labour called on the government to help the young unemployed.
Labour's National Executive Committee drew up a timetable for the race to replace Ed Miliband as party leader today. Yvette Cooper and Andy Burnham announced they would stand.
A major stand-off has developed between senior UKIP figures and the party's only MP, Douglas Carswell, over public money they are entitled to receive.
Kent Police announce the force is making inquiries into a report of electoral fraud in one of UKIP's target election seats: South Thanet, where party leader Nigel Farage stood.
And private letters sent by the Prince of Wales to Labour government ministers a decade ago have been published after a lengthy legal battle.
That's all until 06:00 tomorrow. Goodnight!