Today the main focus will inevitably be on the final clash at Prime Minister Questions between Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn. I expect it will be noisy and partisan. The Speaker will be busy keeping order. The session will highlight the choice at this election between the strong and stable leadership of Theresa May and the what would inevitably be a chaotic Coalition under Jeremy Corbyn.
After PMQ’s the Commons will consider the amendments the House of Lords have made to the Digital Economy Bill the Criminal Finances Bill and the Higher Education and Research Bill as the government try and get three more Bills onto the statute book before the end of the Parliament.