That Gordon Brown, he won’t leave town. The British Prime Minister speaks to Congress at 11 a.m., where he is expected to urge lawmakers to steer clear of protectionism. OBAMA-BRITAIN/

There’s lots more happening on Capitol Hill today.

The Senate Judiciary Committee at 10:00 considers a “truth commission” that would examine the Bush administration.

At 2:30, the IRS testifies to the Senate Investigations subcommittee about its effort to force Swiss bank UBS to disclose the names of its well-heeled clients who may be hiding assets to avoid paying taxes.

Budget director Peter Orszag testifies to the House Ways and Means Committee about, you guessed it, the budget at 2:00.

The Senate continues to debate a spending bill that would fund government operations through October, after defeating an effort by Republican Senator John McCain to strip out earmarks.