Today Ireland votes in a referendum on the EU's new fiscal compact treaty. The result will be announced tomorrow.
Today NHS releases annual report on health issues related to alcohol misuse, drinking health and alcohol affordability.
Today Office for National Statistics releases report on working and workless households.
10am Boris Johnson attends the London Police and Crime Committee alongside Metropolitan Police Commissioner Bernard Hogan-Howe to focus on allegations of racism in police officers.
10am Jeremy Hunt appears before the Leveson Inquiry
1pm Herman von Rompuy delivers Chatham House lecture on European Union
What's been said
The Chancellor must hold the line if he is to save our economy, says the Leader in the Financial Times (£)
Who would replace the prime minister if he was run over by a bus? wonders Sue Cameron in the Daily Telegraph
And we have a duty to scrutinise the institution of the monarchy and not the tittle-tattle, says Andreas Whittam Smith in the Independent