House of Lords

The PM overruled an independent commission to put the Vote Leave board member in the House of Lords.
Ministers make concessions on UK Internal Market Bill after heavy Lords defeats
Lord Maginnis abused a parliamentary security officer, then called an MP who complained about it "queer" in an interview with HuffPost UK.
MP David Lammy described the snub as ‚Äúinstitutional prejudice‚ÄĚ.
The nine-time Paralympic swimming gold medallist, who is blind, was accused of grabbing the woman and asking if she did "extras".
Hereditary peer Lord Bethell sparks anger by saying "decisions that people make" about social distancing are partly responsible for their health.
A total of more than £1m was claimed by more than 110 peers, despite them not making any spoken or written contribution.
Salford and Eccles Labour MP Rebecca Long-Bailey sits down with Paul Waugh to discuss her leadership bid. Touted as Jeremy Corbyn’s preferred successor, Long-Bailey discusses Labour’s general election loss and what the party needs to do to once again connect with voters across the UK.
Prime minister criticises 3.1% pay hike for peers that could see them earn more than £48,000 for less than half a year's work.