Today David Cameron meets the Pakistani prime minister Yousuf Raza Gilani at No 10 Downing Street
Today William Hague meets the Chilean foreign minister Alfredo Moreno and the Panamanian foreign minister Roberto Henriquez
Today Transport secretary Justine Greening and tourism minister John Penrose speak at an event concerning the travel and tourism industry
8.30 Conservative MPs Nick Boles and Bernard Jenkin speak at an event entitled 'The State of the State 2012'
9.15 Health secretary Andrew Lansley makes a speech on 'Public health: the new system explained'
9.30 Hellenic Olympic Committee holds a ceremony in Ancient Olympia to light the Olympic torch
10.00 Former foreign secretary David Miliband addresses the Work Foundation event on the problem of youth unemployment
10.00 Education secretary Michael Gove discusses the benefit of independent schools at the Brighton College annual conference
10.00 Andy Coulson gives evidence to the Leveson Inquiry
11.00 The House of Lords debates the constitutional affairs elements of the Queen's Speech
18.30 Jacob Rees-Mogg delivers a lecture for the Centre for Policy Studies entitled 'Is Disrael right?'
10.35 BBC Question Time comes from Oldham, with panellists Caroline Spelman, Chris Bryant, Lord Oakeshott, Peter Oborne and Mary Beard
What's been said
The Queen's Speech was a ragbag of eye-catching measures worthy of Tony Blair, says Steve Richards in The Independent
Deals being struck between David Cameron and Nick Clegg to keep the show on the road could have serious electoral consequences, says Peter Oborne in the Daily Telegraph
The Queen's Speech tells a story of coalition uncertainty, says Martin Kettle in The Guardian
The Lords by any other name would fit the bill, says Matthew Parris in The Times (£)