Before we close the Politics Live page for the night, here's a brief look back at today's main political stories.
David Cameron says he's prepared to consider devolving more powers to the Scottish Parliament - beyond those recommended by the Smith Commission after the independence referendum.
It follows talks with Scotland's First Minister, Nicola Sturgeon, in Edinburgh, which she said were "constructive and business-like".
Chuka Umunna has pulled out of the contest for the Labour leadership three days after throwing his hat in the ring, saying he had underestimated the scrutiny he would be under.
Nigel Farage has told his critics within UKIP that they should "put up, shut up - or go". The party's one MP Douglas Carswell has praised Mr Farage but told him to "take a break now".