House of Commons to consider Bill and changes that would guarantee rights of EU citizens to live and work in UK
Youngest MP in nearly 400 years may stand down after single term, saying she finds Parliament 'depressing'
First volume will be released on the centenary of the election of the first female MP
Youngest member of House of Commons seen muttering under her breath during parliamentary session
Musical protest prompts Deputy Speaker to demand there is not 'a sing-off in the Chamber'
The Prime Minister's spokesperson said the issue was a matter for Parliament
The Conservative MP has made headlines after saying Donald Trump would not be welcome to address Parliament
Parliament will hear a debate for a motion of no confidence in the FA as its current state makes it 'impossible for the organisation to reform itself'
The Prime Minister has ditched the Corporation for her traditional start-of-year interview
'Anyone in Syria who sees images of those empty green leather benches will think British MPs have essentially given up on trying to help them,' says Amnesty International
The House of Commons will discuss what action can be taken
A fall in the number of EU and international students choosing to study in the UK as a result of Brexit could cost economy more than £690m per year, says Education Committee chair
The Labour shadow Chancellor says the residence is a 'national monument' that should not fall into disrepair
Parliament – both houses – is not there simply to rubber stamp whatever No 10 thinks is the right answer to some extremely complicated questions
'The status of millions of our fellow workers, friends and neighbours is uncertain. That is simply not good enough,' says SNP Justice and Home Affairs spokesperson Joanna Cherry
Home Affairs Select Committee condemns student leader for calling Birmingham University a 'Zionist outpost'