Commons

Bill passes third reading in the Commons, and now heads to the Lords, but political parties moved to an election footing as soon as the result was announced.
Legislation needed to trigger early poll moves to next stage after Jeremy Corbyn agreed to Boris Johnson's request.
Standards committee calls for six month suspension and dismisses as "ludicrous" the Labour MP's claim that he met the two male prostitutes to discuss redecorating his flat.
Decision comes as Boris Johnson prepares for general election vote in the Commons.
The government is reportedly split over whether to press for a snap poll, or make a renewed bid to get its Brexit legislation through the Commons.
Commons showdown could decide whether the UK leaves the EU on October 31 or not.
Boris Johnson has been forced to ask the EU for a delay. His deal can still be passed, but the clock is ticking and there are road bumps along the way.
Prime minister opens parliament's 'super Saturday' by warning MPs that backing the Letwin amendment to force a delay would be 'deeply corrosive of public trust'.
Commons leader suggests ERG and DUP will back proposal in Commons.
From the tradition of the Black Rod to what happens if parliament votes down the speech, this is all you need to know about today's announcement.