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'
The chairmen of House of Commons select committees may be barred from holding outside commercial interests relating to their committee's area of interest following allegations that Tory MP Tim Yeo used his position to help business clients.
After three years of delay, the Coalition is promising a statutory register of lobbyists
The offices of Deputy Speaker Nigel Evans were searched by police yesterday in connection with an investigation into allegations of rape and sexual assault.
Former chief whip Andrew Mitchell says Nigel Evans should retain his position while he fights the charges
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
Canadian Mark Carney is first foreign Governor of the Bank of England in 318 years – but can he ride to the economy’s rescue?
Ipsa aims to close loophole allowing MPs to get expenses for both mortgages and rent
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.
Labour MP Eric Joyce has been charged with assault following a late night fracas at a House of Commons bar in which a Tory rival was allegedly head-butted.
The 12 fig trees that beautify Portcullis House, the huge extension to the House of Commons on the far side of the road from Big Ben, may soon be uprooted. The trees have been there since the building was opened more than 10 years ago, but are not owned by Parliament. They are rented, at a basic cost of more than £30,000 a year.