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# House Of Commons

Last month
April 2024
House of Lords sends Rwanda Bill back to Commons for fifth time after Sunak declared 'enough is enough'
Sunak's plan for smoking ban for those born after 2009 passes first hurdle in Commons
This year
Jeffrey Donaldson resigns as leader of the DUP as he faces historical offences allegations
The Lagan Valley MP issued a statement to confirm he was charged and a judicial process has started.
UK House of Commons Speaker faces calls to resign over unusual handling of Gaza ceasefire vote
Sunak refuses to apologise for ‘absolutely legitimate’ transgender comments
Brianna Ghey's father calls on Sunak to apologise for 'degrading' transgender remark during PMQs
Last year
Rishi Sunak's Rwanda bill passes crunch vote in House of Commons
Annie Mac tells UK govt that women have to fight for their right to safety in music industry
MI5 warned Tories that MP candidates could be Chinese spies
MPs approve report that found Boris Johnson lied to the UK Parliament over partygate
Third by-election on the way for Tories as second Boris Johnson ally quits
Johnson rejects criticism as 'complete nonsense' at committee over Partygate
Boris Johnson tops list of UK MPs with biggest outside earnings
Brexiteer MP Andrew Bridgen stripped of Tory whip for comparing vaccines to Holocaust
All time
Abortion services ‘will be commissioned in Northern Ireland’, UK minister tells MPs
Truss's morning on the brink amid Braverman resignation and chaos in the House of Commons
Liz Truss says she is 'sorry' for mistakes after gruelling day in British politics
UK Labour leader offers condolences to Creeslough families on second day of funerals
Opinion: Boris has left his party with a tough choice - a leader to the right or hard right
Peter Flanagan
Brian Rowan: Boris Johnson's damage to Northern Ireland cannot be easily repaired
Brian Rowan
'Utterly shameful' Troubles legacy legislation clears the House of Commons
Westminster pushes forward with NI Protocol Bill after lengthy debate
British MPs under investigation could be barred from Parliament as Tory accused of rape
‘Take John Hume’s name out of your mouth’: DUP MP invokes civil rights leader in Protocol debate
Tory MP who resigned after watching porn in House of Commons won't rule out running in by-election
Tory MP Neil Parish suspended pending investigation into House of Commons pornography claim
Pornography in Commons ‘unacceptable’, Johnson says as Tory faces investigation
Probe into claims Tory MP watched pornography in Commons chamber
British MPs vote to continue at-home abortion services in England
Zelenskyy invokes Churchill in Commons address, telling MPs Ukraine 'will fight to the end'
'Serial liar': John Bercow banned from having Parliamentary pass after bullying claims upheld
'Shaggy dog' jibe made about efforts to save Boris Johnson's leadership sparks confusion in the Commons
Sleaze, dairy lobbying, and Tory MPs: What is the Owen Paterson controversy about?
Former NI Secretary resigns as MP amid row over alleged lobbying breaches
Tories accused of ‘wallowing in sleaze’ as MP Owen Paterson spared suspension over lobbying
Face coverings now mandatory for everyone in House of Commons - except MPs
Canada makes Covid vaccines mandatory to all staff in House of Commons
Johnson questioned over £12 billion-a-year tax hike ahead of vote in parliament
Johnson says idea UK could have prevented Afghan collapse ‘an illusion’
UK Government announces statute of limitations on Troubles prosecutions, including British Army soldiers