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Debate to mark International Women's Day takes place in "shadow of the menace of male violence against women", says Harriet Harman.
The prime minister Boris Johnson faces leader of the opposition Keir Starmer in the first PMQs since lockdown easing measures were revealed to the country.
Not a single Conservative backbencher was present for key parts of a debate on furlough and the evictions ban.
Exclusive: John Benger says he was "painfully aware" failure to implement full Cox recommendations would have risked staff 'trust'.
Independent Parliamentary Standards Authority announces new salary will kick in from April 1, 2020.
2019 saw another seismic shift in Britain’s political landscape. At the beginning, Theresa May’s government was struggling to get anything through the Commons as Westminster was stuck in deadlock but by the end of the year things were looking a lot rosier for the Conservatives under Boris Johnson, as he stormed the election to a massive majority over Jeremy Corbyn’s Labour and a vow to get Brexit done.
James Starkie thrown out of Strangers after expletive-laden rant as Tories put law and order at the heart of general election campaign.
After ten years as Speaker of the House of Commons, John Bercow announced he would be stepping down. In a speech to MPs on Monday, he said the post had been “the greatest privilege and honour of my professional life”. Among other things, he will be remembered for impressively hollering “Order!” to lawmakers. Bercow has been a member of parliament since 1997 and become speaker in 2009.
Maddy Thimont Jack of The Institute of Government and Henry Newman of Open Europe join Paul Waugh and Arj Singh to talk through the week in Westminster. As Boris Johnson looks on course to become leader, is Jeremy Corbyn's leadership under threat?
Campaign group Extinction Rebellion claimed responsibility for the stunt.