A failure to do so could undermine ‘the efforts of all those who have worked so hard’ to end trouble in Northern Ireland
As the House of Lords debated abolishing by-elections for hereditary peers, one such person pointed out that 'taxi drivers' and 'people on the underground' wouldn't stand for it
While Lord Cormack refused to place a number on the amount of peers the Lords should have, he said the upper chamber ‘should be no bigger than the Commons’
He is a true character, the likes of which the upper house needs more of. The robes would befit him. He would look and sound the part. Even if he – eventually – ceases to lead Ukip, he should not be lost to public life
Data protection campaigners: 'It’s deeply disappointing that a mass boycott may be the only way to put a stop to these foreign children lists'
George Kerevan asked if May could 'confirm or deny' whisperings he’d heard about Farage being elevated to a lordship at PMQs – and the Prime Minister’s smiling response was the most interesting thing that has left her mouth for quite some time
Move would allow Ukip leader to serve in the Cabinet - and potentially pave way for role as a go-between for Tory government with Donald Trump
'The Lords was apolitical in the main. Peers tended to vote with their conscience. I remember saying when I was offered it that, although deeply honoured, I have an active career and couldn’t be a part of a House that is about legislation'
Asked what he made of British Prime Minister's performance at her first EU summit, Commission President Jean Claude Juncker says 'pfff'
'We might have to do a Lloyd George and create a thousand peers,' key Government figure says
A range of MPs and peers are preparing to hold the Government to account as it negotiates to leave the European Union
Guleid Abulkarim is imprisoned after parliamentary authorities caught him accessing illegal images on his work laptop
The minister warned the House of Lords to fall into line and pass legislation needed to make the UK's exit happen
Theresa May has refused to give MPs or peers a vote on Article 50
Sketchwriter Tom Peck sees The Secretary of State For Exiting the European Union's attempts at humour fall flat in the Lords, but he gets them laughing in the end
Lord Fowler said it was difficult to justify the size of the upper house