The driver later walked back to the vehicle and police said nothing suspicious was found
'That’s what Jo was all about – working with anybody and everybody to help other people'
Big Ben will be silenced for 'several months' during a £29 million refurbishment
The imagery would compromise [the building's] historic integrity'
Commons Speaker uses controversial loophole in Freedom of Information Act to avoid releasing information about the extent of drinking in Westminster's subsidised bars
Tory MP Airey Neave was killed by an IRA car bomb at the exit of Parliament's underground car park
But the petition has still received more than 188,000 'genuine' signatures - easily passing the 100,000 threshold for the motion to be considered for debate in Parliament
MPs could be forced to debate the e-petition, which accuses David Cameron of causing 'devestation for the poorest in society for the last 5 years'
The Labour Party member sent her PMQs question to Mr Corbyn to test if he was really crowd-sourcing his questions to the Prime Minister
Digital voting or establishing a fixed voting time could become a feature if MPs and peers are forced to vacate the Palace
The Speaker of the House of Commons was not in the mood to be disobeyed by the Chancellor
Shadow Cabinet Officer minister Michael Dugher calls for action before 30th anniversary of the Battle of Orgrave
Leaked letter talks of 'wider commercialisation' and private funding for radio, while the World News TV service told to swap politics for fashion
The relation between big donors and parties is mutually beneficial, and a tendency to reward them with gongs inevitable
Case raises questions over Lords membership rules
Experts say that 2020 is the final deadline for deciding whether one of the world’s oldest buildings is to be saved for future generations