After three hours of questioning, the evidence session on sexual exploitation in the aid sector finishes.
The International Development Committee spent two hours questioning senior Oxfam officials, including chief executive Mark Goldring who apologised for the charity's handling of sexual misconduct in Haiti.
The committee also heard from Save the Children which has produced some proposals on safeguarding.
It then heard from Matthew Rycroft, the Permanent Secretary at the Department for International Development, who said: "This is a huge crisis for the aid sector."
We'll be back at 2.30pm for question-time in the Commons and the Lords.
After that there'll be an urgent question and three statements, one of which is International Development Secretary Penny Mordaunt on the aid sector.