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  1. First Minister Nicola Sturgeon predicts new independence referendum if UK votes to leave EU
  2. Tory London mayor candidate Zac Goldsmith says he is a "non head-banging" Eurosceptic
  3. Labour has been accused of a "whitewash" over the report into its election defeat
  4. Ex-Labour frontbenchers Frank Field and Chuka Umunna warn over the party's electoral chances

Live Reporting

By Tom Moseley

All times stated are UK

  1. Summary and look ahead

    Nicola Sturgeon and Zac Goldsmith were among the politicians interviewed this morning (see key points here).

    International Development Secretary Justine Greening  has said the government is looking at calls for it the UK to take in 3,000 unaccompanied refugee children who have made it into Europe. 

    MPs return to Westminster on Monday (read more from Mark D'Arcy) with an agenda including Education Questions and consideration of the Childcare Bill. We'll have all the developments and reaction here.

  2. WATCH: Dugher says Corbyn 'must be given a chance'

    BBC Sunday Politics

    The Labour MP, sacked in the Labour leader's recent reshuffle, spoke to Andrew Neil:

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    Video caption: Andrew Neil speaks to Labour MP Michael Dugher.
  3. Frank Field warns of electoral "walloping"

    Frank Field

    Labour's leadership is heading "in the opposite direction to where voters are" on big issues, an ex-minister says.

    Frank Field said Jeremy Corbyn was in touch on "economic injustices" but warned of an electoral "walloping" over security and migration.

    Mr Corbyn is against Britain's nuclear weapons system and has called on the UK to accept more refugees.

    Read the full story

  4. WATCH: Diane James and Damian Green clash on EU

    BBC Sunday Politics

    The UKIP and Conservative politicians debated how EU membership affects the Calais migrant situation.

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    Video caption: Andrew Neil speaks to UKIP MEP Diane James Conservative MP Damian Green.
  5. Sunday lunchtime recap:

    Here are some of the key points from this morning's shows:

    • Scotland's First Minister, Nicola Sturgeon, says it would be a "mistake" for David Cameron to hold the EU referendum in June.
    • The SNP leader also said a vote to leave would reignite calls for independence and warned there was "some distance left to travel" before the financial deal underpinning the Scotland Bill is agreed.
    • A former Labour pollster called a report into why Labour lost the 2015 election a "whitewash and a massive missed opportunity".
    • Conservative mayoral candidate Zac Goldsmith said he was a "non headbanging Eurosceptic" and said he had not yet decided how to vote in the EU referendum.
  6. How will Tory MPs approach the EU referendum?

    BBC Sunday Politics

    The Sunday Politics panel are talking about how Tory MPs will behave when campaigning gets under way for the EU referendum.

    Beth Rigby, of The Times, says the battle now for the party is what to do with up to a third of the party "who would be minded to leave", while a smaller "core" will vote to leave in any circumstances. Janan Ganesh, of the Financial Times, says the weakness of the Labour Party means Conservative MPs will keep their discipline better than in previous EU splits as they are confident of winning the 2020 general election.

  7. South African peace award for Hain

    Peter Hain

    Former Labour minister Peter Hain has been given a prestigious award in South Africa's honours system for his work fighting the country's apartheid regime.

    The ex-Neath MP, now in the House of Lords, has been awarded the Order of the Companions of OR Tambo - which is given to foreign nationals who have made a significant contribution to peace

    Lord Hain of Neath spent his childhood in South Africa and from an early age joined the battle for non-whites to have the right to vote.

  8. Does EU membership affect Calais migrant arrangement?

    BBC Sunday Politics

    Diane James and Damian Green

    Talking EU referendum now on the Sunday Politics. Former Conservative Home Office Minister Damian Green says being a member keeps the UK safer. But UKIP's Diane James says the free movement principle means the UK's border controls are not sufficient to keep out would-be terrorists. Mr Green says pulling out of Europe would mean more migrants claiming asylum in Dover rather than being stopped in Calais. Not so, says Ms James, who thinks the current arrangement is because of the "Entente Cordiale" between France and the UK, not the EU.

  9. Ian Murray on Labour's prospects in Scotland

    BBC Sunday Politics

    Ian Murray

    Ian Murray, the only Labour MP representing a Scottish constituency (read more about him here) says there is a "real opportunity" to talk about "tomorrow's Scotland, rather than yesterday's polls" in May's elections. He highlights Scottish Labour's plans to raise taxes for higher earners to pay for improvements to education.

  10. Labour election report branded 'whitewash'

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    Video caption: Ellie Price speaks to former Labour pollster Deborah Mattinson.
  11. Corbyn 'must be given a chance'

    BBC Sunday Politics

    People need to get behind Jeremy Corbyn, says Michael Dugher. "He's got to be given a chance because he has got a huge mandate from party members", he says, but he has to show he can convert this into support from the public including Conservative voters.

  12. Michael Dugher on Labour's challenge

    BBC Sunday Politics

    Labour MP Michael Dugher, who was sacked by Jeremy Corbyn in his recent reshuffle, says the party has a "massive challenge" at the next election. No political party has a right to exist, he says, but if it stops "picking fights" with itself it can recover from its election defeat.

  13. Post update

    Commenting on Ms Mattinson's concerns, Labour said Labour says Dame Margaret's inquiry had "consulted far and wide", taking input from pollsters, pundits and academics..