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Shashi Tharoor clarifies selfie with women MPs after drawing criticism for his tweet | Oneindia News
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Scrapping Farm Bills: BJP MPs told to be present in Parliament on Monday | Oneindia News
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Health Secretary warns new COVID variant 'could pose substantial risk to public health'
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Tory MP labels people traffickers 'evil b******s' in Commons
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Austrian MPs to vote on Kurz's immunity in corruption trial
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Watch: Boris Johnson grilled by MPs over 'sleaze' scandal
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Andrew Rosindell says MPs need second jobs because they ‘have families and responsibilities’
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Lobbying: Government has 'heard the public concerns'
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England cricketer Azeem Rafiq breaks down in tears as he outlines ‘constant’ racist abuse
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PM on MPs refraining from engaging in paid advocacy
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PM says MPs who break the rules 'should be punished'
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Johnson: We were 'trying' to look at misconduct process
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Govt: No ban on MPs second jobs despite standards concerns
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Minister admits 'we made a mistake' in Owen Paterson row
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PM defends govt push to change rules on MP misconduct
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Facebook whistleblower leaves Parliament
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Gove jokes over 'unexploded bomb' of 2016 leadership bid
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Labour: Boris Johnson 'selling out' working people
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Jacob Rees Mogg: Tory MPs don’t need masks because of our ‘convivial spirit’
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Theresa May pays tribute to James Brokenshire
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Starmer: We must 'clean out the cesspit' of online platforms
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Archbishop of Canterbury pays tribute to Sir David Amess
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PM leads procession for Amess remembrance service
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Deputy PM: Anxiety, nerves and raw fear amongst MPs
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Tory MP calls for a pause in face-to-face meetings
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How TRS MPs belied speaker Om Birla’s hopes of smooth Lok Sabha proceedingsIt appeared that the Lok Sabha would start functioning smoothly from Tuesday afternoon. However, the vocal protests by about half-a-dozen Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) MPs put paid to speaker Om..
12 suspended opposition MPs will write to RS Chairman to argue against their suspension
DNA Explainer: What rulebook says regarding suspension of MPs, why were 12 Rajya Sabha MPs suspended12 MPs were suspended on grounds of 'unprecedented acts of misconduct', 'unruly and violent behaviour', 'intentional attacks on security personnel'.
Shashi Tharoor says sorry as tweet with women MPs sparks row
Cooper's comeback sure to shorten her odds of winning Labour's top job in futureYvette Cooper, back in the political front line as shadow home secretary - again - in the headline appointment in the Starmer shuffle, is viewed by many MPs as Labour's lost leader.
Congress leader Shashi Tharoor trolled over selfie with women MPs, clarifies laterIn the picture, the Congress MP can be seen standing with some women parliamentarians.
New rules for MPs proposed in wake of lobbying scandalThere should be an "outright ban" on MPs providing paid parliamentary advice, consultancy or strategy services, a report has recommended.
Tharoor's selfie with six women MPs with 'attractive place to work' tweet sparks row
12 Rajya Sabha MPs suspended for rest of Winter Session over 'indiscipline'Both Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha witnessed ruckus on Monday, with sloganeering by Opposition MPs.
Congress leaders raise slogans against government in Parliament complex over farm laws issueCongress MPs led by party chief Sonia Gandhi and former president Rahul Gandhi on Monday staged a protest in Parliament complex over the issue of farm laws. The Congress President earlier addressed MPs..
Gibraltar looks to EU-UK 'sausage war' talks to secure supermarket suppliesA solution to the EU-UK dispute over sausage exports to Northern Ireland could also secure the presence of British bangers in Gibraltar's supermarkets, the peninsula's chief minister has told MPs.
PM risks further anger over social care reforms as he appears to step back from manifesto commitmentBoris Johnson has appeared to step back from a manifesto commitment on social care, after a controversial change to his government's reforms to the system in England were narrowly backed by MPs.
Taxpayers' cash at 'increased risk' due to 'woefully inadequate' checks on firm Cameron lobbied forHundreds of millions of pounds of taxpayers' money is at increased risk due to a failure to conduct sufficient checks on the now-collapsed finance firm that David Cameron lobbied for, a committee of..
PM says 'cyber flashing' should be illegal as he's tackled over violence against womenBoris Johnson has told MPs that "cyber flashing" - the act of sending obscene pictures to others over WiFi networks - should be made illegal.
MPs voted by proxy while at England v Denmark Euro 2020 semi-final, analysis revealsTwo cabinet ministers were among MPs who cast proxy votes while attending a Euro 2020 football game at Wembley rather than in person in the Commons, according to analysis.
Schoolchildren should be taught about Hillsborough and the fight for justice, say MPsSchoolchildren should be taught about the Hillsborough disaster as part of the national curriculum, MPs have been told.
Boris Johnson to face questions on sleaze and violence against women as allegations ramp upBoris Johnson is to face questioning by MPs about parliamentary standards as the row over sleaze continues.
PM backs ban on MPs' lobbying work in wake of Westminster sleaze rowBoris Johnson has set out plans to ban MPs from working as paid political consultants or lobbyists in the wake of Westminster's sleaze row.
Rees-Mogg admits 'mistake' backing Owen Paterson as government completes U-turn amid ongoing sleaze rowJacob Rees-Mogg has admitted the government made "a mistake" defending Owen Paterson after he breached MPs' lobbying rules as the government completed its U-turn on controversial plans to reform..
Owen Paterson: 'Farce' as government fails to complete lobbying row U-turn in CommonsThe sleaze row over MPs' second jobs is set to drag on at Westminster after the government failed to bring a parliamentary conclusion to its U-turn over the Owen Paterson lobbying scandal.
Northern newspapers unite as part of backlash against PM's scrapping of HS2's eastern legBoris Johnson is facing a backlash from MPs, mayors and a coordinated local newspaper campaign as he's poised to scrap the eastern leg of the HS2 rail project between Birmingham and Leeds.
Labour to force vote on banning MPs from 'dodgy second jobs'Labour will force a Commons vote this week on whether MPs should be banned from taking paid consultancies or directorships, Sir Keir Starmer has said.
Sickle cell inquiry report reveals shocking failures and racist attitudes in care of patientsMPs are calling for major change in the care of sickle cell patients after "serious failings" identified in an inquiry.
MPs who break rules on second jobs 'should be punished' - JohnsonBoris Johnson has said MPs who break parliamentary rules on second jobs "must be investigated and should be punished".
Minister says MPs should not use parliamentary office for second jobs amid claims against Sir Geoffrey CoxMPs should not use their parliamentary office for work relating to their second jobs, a cabinet minister has told Sky News, as a senior Conservative faces allegations he misused his Commons office to..
MPs debate parliamentary standards as sleaze crisis rumbles onMPs are debating parliamentary standards after a U-turn on reforming the disciplinary system for MPs and veteran Tory Owen Paterson's breach of lobbying rules.
What is lobbying, which MPs have second jobs and how much do they earn from them?Last week, Conservative MPs were ordered to back the creation of a Tory-led committee to look at disciplinary case involving former cabinet minister Owen Paterson.
PM declines to apologise for handling of Paterson lobbying scandal ahead of emergency debateBoris Johnson has declined to apologise for his handling of the Owen Paterson scandal, as he said it is "very important" to get the standards system for MPs right.
Government signals U-turn less than 24 hours after MPs block fellow Tory's suspensionThe government has signalled a U-turn over the controversial blocking of a Conservative MP's suspension.
Government accused of 'corruption' after vote to stop MPs' suspension for breaching lobbying rulesBoris Johnson's government has been accused of "corruption" and "synonymous with sleaze, dodgy deals and hypocrisy" following a vote to protect Conservative MP Owen Paterson from being suspended.
Former minister avoids suspension as Tory MPs back standards process overhaulA Conservative former minister has avoided a suspension after Tory MPs backed a government-sanctioned amendment to stop it in a Commons vote, despite anger at a decision Labour claim will inflict..
'An enormous problem': MPs call on PM to take 'urgent action' on EU touring rules for performersA cross-party group of MPs has written to Prime Minister Boris Johnson to urge him to take action on the barriers faced by performers and crews touring in the European Union.
Move to prevent suspension of former cabinet minister is a show of strength from Number 10MPs are preparing to vote on an issue which never endears them to the public – their own standards and conduct.
PM backs bid to pause suspension of Tory ex-minister who breached lobbying rulesBoris Johnson will back a bid to pause a suspension for a Conservative former minister as part of an overhaul of standards rules for MPs, Sky News understands.
MPs summon Yorkshire cricket chairman over Rafiq racism complaintThe chairman of Yorkshire County Cricket Club has been called to parliament to answer questions over the club's handling of racism allegations.
MPs' banquets cancelled due to 'greater' risk of COVID transmission in parliamentBanquets, tours and all other non-parliamentary business have been cancelled for the next two weeks after health officials found there was a "greater" risk of COVID transmission in the Palace of..
We will 'look at' extending school day, education secretary pledgesNadhim Zahawi has told MPs he is "going to look at" lengthening the school day.
Chancellor puts finishing touches to budget as speaker again criticises raft of pre-speech announcementsThe chancellor is putting the finishing touches to his budget, after the Commons speaker again hit out at policies being trailed ahead of Rishi Sunak's address to MPs on Wednesday.
Government must do more to tackle green skills gap ahead of net zero, MPs sayThe government is not doing enough to train workers for the jobs needed to reach its net zero goals, a group of MPs has warned.
MPs to be offered security guards for constituency surgeries following murder of Sir David AmessMPs are to be offered security guards to protect their constituency surgeries after the death of Conservative MP Sir David Amess last week.
Cheers! More than 100 MPs make pre-budget plea for Rishi Sunak to cut duty for draught beerMore than 100 Conservative MPs have made a fresh plea to Chancellor Rishi Sunak to do more to support pubs and clubs at next week's budget.
How online groups plot confrontations with MPs over COVID rulesAnti-vaccination and anti-lockdown protesters are organising themselves online to confront MPs in person, Sky News has found.
MPs told the threat level against them now 'substantial' after Sir David Amess killingMPs now face a "substantial" threat level - meaning an attack is "likely" - following the killing of Sir David Amess, Home Secretary Priti Patel has said.
Send a fact-finding team of MPs to Bangladesh to probe attacks on Hindus: VHP to govt
Hair discrimination should be designated as a form of racism, campaigners and MPs sayA group of MPs and campaigners have urged the equality watchdog to publish guidance that would designate hair discrimination as a form of racism.
World Cup bid hopes for 2030 still alive despite Uefa sanctions, MPs toldA UK and Republic of Ireland bid to host the 2030 World Cup bid has not "gone up in smoke" after England's Euro 2020 final trouble, MPs have been told.
Southend to become a city, PM announces as he leads tributes to Sir David AmessPrime Minister Boris Johnson has told MPs that Southend will be accorded city status - a long-running campaign of Sir David Amess - as he led tributes to the killed MP.
Online hate for MPs is 'out of control', says deputy PM, in wake of Sir David Amess murderThe deputy prime minister has said online hate is "out of control" but a wedge should not be put in between MPs and their constituents after the murder of Sir David Amess.