- There were no questions to ministers at the start of the day.
- MPs and peers debated the proposals in the Queen's Speech and the proposed legislation. The day's subject in the Commons was defending public services.
- There were two urgent questions: on dietary advice and childhood obesity - and on the assessment of the UK economy following exit from the European Union.
- MPs on the BIS Committee and the Work and Pensions Committee questioned witnesses on BHS.
- The debate continues over several days, looking at different subject areas. The Queen's Speech is voted on by the Commons, but no vote is taken in the Lords.