The Prime Minister's spokesperson said the issue was a matter for Parliament
'The Government is very clear....it’s manifestly in our national interest that we reach out to him, we work with him and that he visits us in the UK'
Republican Congressman Joe Wilson tells BBC Newsnight opposition to honour on forthcoming state visit 'very disappointing'
The Conservative MP has made headlines after saying Donald Trump would not be welcome to address Parliament
Speaker understood to be unhappy as ‘arrogant’ cabinet members’ attendance falls to just 12 per cent on critical matters
He also spent nearly £2,000 on hand-finished beeswax candles
Something to get off your chest? Make a fashion statement with your feelings. Slogan T-shirts are enjoying a revival says Kate Townshend, and they're as contentious as ever
Commons Speaker uses controversial loophole in Freedom of Information Act to avoid releasing information about the extent of drinking in Westminster's subsidised bars
The antagonism between the two simmers below the surface every time the Prime Minister addresses the Commons
Sir Simon Burns' warmly reciprocated contempt for John Bercow is fast assuming mythic status
PMQs ended with an exchange that would have been meaningless to anyone listening from the public gallery
The Speaker suggested MPs views on the constitutionality of the vote was for 'for each and every one of them'
The Speaker says the practice of breaking during conferences is 'incongrous'
The Speaker of the House of Commons was not in the mood to be disobeyed by the Chancellor
David Cameron pays £90 a time; Nick Clegg has gone to £45. But for many MPs it’s a point of pride to pay as little as possible. We comb Westminster to find out whose haircuts cost what
A growing economy is bad news for Ed's 'cost of living crisis'