Laura Farris took on Conservative colleagues, including Jacob Rees-Mogg, who had led a "co-ordinated" campaign against the Labour MP and her committee.
The privileges committee chair had the perfect comeback for the Boris Johnson ally.
The partygate report said Johnson made “repeated contempts” of parliament with his denials that merited a 90-day suspension.
The privileges committee is grilling the former prime minister over claims he misled MPs.
The longest continuously serving female MP said she would leave the Commons “confident that Labour is gaining strength under the leadership of Keir Starmer".
Debate to mark International Women's Day takes place in "shadow of the menace of male violence against women", says Harriet Harman.
BDSM, consent and the so-called 'rough sex defence' will be discussed as the Domestic Abuse Bill begins its passage through parliament.
Antony Calvert, who was running in the Labour-held seat of Wakefield, made comments about food banks and feminism among a series of messages.
“It has been left to the media and desperate, anguished parents to expose the brutal reality of our system of detention of people with learning disabilities or autism."
Motion signalled former deputy leader may face a Labour candidate in a snap election unless she withdraws from contest to succeed John Bercow.