I'm sure there will lots of questions about Labour's position on Brexit, as well as concerns about the NHS, social care and universal credit, but for me, the biggest story of the week is this.
https://www.opendemocracy.net/uk/brexit ... ming-polit
If true, this suggests the police have been leaned on by the government into delaying an investigation into breaches of the law by the Leave campaign. Could this be because Cabinet ministers are implicated in the overspend and collusion between campaigns? Either way it seems to herald the death of the rule of law in the UK, and is a shameful stain on our democracy and political discourse. Labour should be all over this, it will interesting to see if an urgent question is tabled.
What does everyone else make of this? Is anyone else utterly disgusted by this abuse of power and corruption of our justice system? I could scarcely believe I was reading it... I'd be quick to reserve your place, I expect this meeting may be rammed!