Deputy speaker, 55, is also accused of sexually assaulting a second male
The Select Committees are stronger than ever and the post-2010, post-expenses scandal, intake is less deferential, especially on the Tory side
The MP arrested for a fracas in Parliament on Thursday has denied being drunk at the time of the incident, and denied being an alcoholic.
Incident at parliamentary karaoke night second arrest in two years
A revamped House should copy Google's offices with padded cells and snugs, says John Walsh
The House of Commons is in desperate need of a revamp. John Bercow and chums should take inspiration from Google's hip new offices and go for secret booths, snugs and hi-tech Hobbit holes,suggests John Walsh
Usually, it is the job of the House of Commons Speaker to warn MPs to use only temperate language and refrain from indulging in reckless personal insults.
The Queen has vowed to serve as head of state, now and into the future, in a landmark speech to mark her Diamond Jubilee.