'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
Some 89 MPs voted against the motion to force the Government to reveal their Brexit plans saying it was a 'Tory trap' to make Labour accept the triggering of Article 50 by the end of March
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'
MPs have met for an emergency debate on how the UK can help with the area's on-going turmoil
Lifting the ban would 'enable all members to participate fully in House business,' according to the report
Report concludes real funding increase less than half of what Hunt claimed
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Unlike most Conservative MPs, new premier voted against raising tuition fees from £1,125 to £3,000 in both January and March 2004
The Prime Minister made the statement on Monday afternoon
MPs of all sides wore a single white rose as a mark of respect
For the first time in living memory MPs from different parties could give up traditional places
"We appreciate that abortion is a devolved issue, however human rights are not a devolved issue"