Government plans to introduce English votes for English laws passes by 312 votes to 270 after an acriminious debate in the House of Commons
The Speaker says the practice of breaking during conferences is 'incongrous'
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
This summer the House of Lords will be in the position to change things
David Cameron wants to make Britain family friendly but Westminster is a notoriously bad place to be a parent – as MP Jo Swinson revealed this week. Sarah Morrison reports
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
MPs fiddled their expenses as a “displacement activity” because Parliament had become irrelevant and ineffective, Commons Speaker John Bercow has said.
New 'national economic strategy' could see institutions such as the British Museum and the Royal Opera House moved away from London and the South East
Remember remember the fifth of November. The rhyme tells us it’s important to make the 'gunpowder, treason and plot' stick in our memory, but how much of this grisly tale of rebellion and religion do we really know?
27-year old Annaliese Briggs resigns her position in charge of Pimlico Primary after a month
The British government will be "held to ransom" by US and UK contractors if the Defence Secretary, Philip Hammond, pushes through with far-reaching departmental reforms, union leaders have warned.
Speaker flouts convention with public claim that Parliamentary politics is becoming ‘irrelevant’