Commons People

Senior Tory Robert Halfon tells HuffPost UK No.10 must "dramatically transform" No.10's links with backbenchers after slew of U-turns.
"Cultish mob of silencers" who "piled on" Smith make it harder to scrutinise Nicola Sturgeon's government, Labour's Ian Murray suggests.
Wes Streeting told HuffPost UK Miliband could reinvent himself as a successful shadow business secretary despite his mixed fortunes as Labour leader.
Commons science committee chair Greg Clark backs calls for a Dunkirk-style effort to get small labs to help ramp up testing.
Jon Ashworth also rejects calls to let Labour figures sit on Cobra or a cross-party committee to tackle the pandemic.
Ex-special advisor James Starkie, who worked with Cummings for Vote Leave, said he would be "shocked" if the aide leaves No.10 in the next few months.
Salma Shah tells HuffPost UK's Commons People podcast that Downing Street would have made it "impossible" for Javid to do his job.
Senior MP tells HuffPost UK she is likely to back Jess Phillips to succeed Jeremy Corbyn.
Defector from Labour tells HuffPost UK that supporting the former Conservative cabinet minister would open Lib Dems up to attacks from his old party.
ConservativeHome's Paul Goodman and The Spectator's Katy Balls speak with Paul Waugh and Arj Singh about the Tory leader candidates. Can Jeremy Hunt beat Boris Johnson? ConservativeHome's Paul Goodman and The Spectator's Katy Balls join Paul and Arj to talk through the final two candidates in the Tory selection process for their new leader. While Boris Johnson remains schtum, Jeremy Hunt opens the debate on fox hunting, a debate no one was asking for.