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PM and Starmer debate Queen's Speech
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Chad: AU still urges caution as military appoints opposition MPs
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Parliament prorogued until May 11
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Daily politics briefing: April 29
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UK PM Boris Johnson rattled as MPs grill him over who funded flat refurbishment
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Sobbing mother describes treatment of autistic daughter in hospital
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International travel restart at risk due to ‘vague and costly’ plans
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French MPs pass controversial law that restricts images of police
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'Greensill inquiry not independent and conflict of interest'
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Greensill urgent question asked in Commons
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PM: Prince Philip "touched the lives of millions”
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Labour slam announcement on foreign holidays
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BJP taking help of actors, MPs for Bengal polls: Actress-turned-TMC leader
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Chinese ambassador summoned to 10 Downing Street
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Iain Duncan Smith: Chinese sanctions are 'badge of honour' amid human rights abuses
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Raab: Pressure on China will continue to grow
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Foreign secretary responds to China sanctions on MPs
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MPs vote to extend coronavirus laws for further six months
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Health secretary: Covid jabs saved 6,000 lives by end of Feb
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Raab: Sanction on China due to Uighur Muslims mistreatment
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MPs urge Government to allow protests as thousands march over lockdown rules
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Cameron to face long afternoon of MPs' questions over Greensill lobbying scandalFormer prime minister David Cameron is set to face a long afternoon of questions from MPs over his lobbying for a now-collapsed finance firm.
Boris Johnson aims to end work from home guidance from 21 JunePeople in England should no longer be advised to work from home after 21 June provided the country remains "on track" in the fight against coronavirus, Boris Johnson has told MPs.
'Are you a fraudster?': Financier at centre of Cameron lobbying row faces MPs' grillingThe founder of Greensill Capital - the firm which ex-prime minister David Cameron lobbied for - has denied his previous government role allowed him to win contracts for his business.
Westminster lobbying scandal: What questions are Greensill and Cameron likely to face?This week, MPs on the treasury select committee will get the opportunity to question Lex Greensill and David Cameron live.
Lex Greensill prepares for questions from MPs over lobbying scandalLex Greensill, the billionaire founder of the now bankrupt finance firm Greensill Capital, is to be questioned by MPs later in relation to the ongoing Westminster lobbying scandal.
Sonia Gandhi chairs meeting of party MPs to discuss pandemic situationCongress President Sonia Gandhi on Friday chaired a meeting of all party MPs from the Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha to assess the situation arising out of the second wave of Covid-19 and evolve a political..
MPs and peers urge government to reconsider cuts to overseas aid for water projectsA cross-party group of more than 60 MPs and peers has asked the government urgently to reconsider plans to cut UK overseas aid for lifesaving water projects to the poorest nations.
EU plans to welcome tourists next month - as No 10 told to 'discourage' holidaysThe EU plans on opening up to foreign tourists this summer – including Britons – but some MPs want restrictions to remain on travelling abroad due to the risk of COVID-19 variants.
Government told to 'discourage' foreign holidays this year to protect UK from COVID variantsLimits on international leisure travel should continue even after 17 May, a cross-party group of MPs has warned.
MPs urge ministers to maintain ban on foreign holidays after 17 May amid variant fearsLimits on international leisure travel should continue even after 17 May, a cross-party group of MPs has warned.
PMQs didn't help much - these key unanswered questions remain over Boris Johnson's flat refurbAt Prime Minister's Questions, MPs learnt from Boris Johnson about Tory housing policy, council tax plans, that the Labour opposition voted against his Brexit deal (they didn't), and the amounts of..
Every fine issued to COVID-19 'rule-breakers' should be reviewed, says committeeEvery single fine issued by the police to people deemed to be breaking COVID-19 restrictions must be reviewed amid concerns they are "discriminatory and unfair", a committee of MPs and peers has said.
Equalities minister slams 'bad faith' critics of race reportThe equalities minister has criticised "bad faith" attempts to discredit a government-commissioned race report as she faced MPs in the Commons.
Cameron and Sunak set to be quizzed by MPs over Greensill lobbying controversyFormer prime minister David Cameron and Chancellor Rishi Sunak are set to be hauled before MPs to answer questions over the Greensill Capital lobbying controversy.
'Serious error of judgement' to use Army barracks to house asylum seekers as MPs call for shutdownUsing military barracks to house asylum seekers was a "serious error of judgement" after a major coronavirus at one site, an inspection has ruled.
PM's 'widespread concern' over Greensill row - as Labour claim 'return of Tory sleaze'Boris Johnson has told MPs he shares "widespread concern" about the Greensill controversy - and questioned whether "boundaries" between top civil servants and businesses had been "properly understood".
£170m bailout of Liberty Steel owner 'would have been completely irresponsible'Giving a £170m taxpayer bailout to steel tycoon Sanjeev Gupta would have been "completely irresponsible", the business secretary has told MPs.
Boris Johnson says Prince Philip 'touched the lives of millions' as MPs pay tributeBoris Johnson has said Prince Philip "touched the lives of millions" and "made this country a better place" as all the UK's parliaments were recalled early from the Easter recess to pay tribute to the..
MPs to pay tribute to Prince Philip as UK parliaments return early from EasterMPs and politicians across the UK are returning early from the Easter break today to pay tribute to the Duke of Edinburgh.
Use of BMI contributes to eating disorders and disrupts mental health, Westminster report findsThe government's approach towards tackling eating disorders and negative body image issues has been branded "dangerous" by MPs.
Calls for 'right to food' to be put into law as MPs call on govt to extend support beyond COVID pandemicThe government must "sustain the impetus" to fight food poverty seen during the coronavirus pandemic and should consider putting a "right to food" in law, MPs have said.
More than 70 MPs warn against COVID passports - as govt considers trialling their use at UK eventsMore than 70 MPs - including more than 40 Conservatives - have sent a warning shot to Boris Johnson by forming a major cross-party campaign against the use of vaccine passports within the UK.
MPs vote to extend emergency coronavirus powers for another six monthsMPs have voted to extend the government's emergency COVID legislation for another six months.
Publicans and Tory MPs' fury at PM's 'vaccine passports' for pubs ideaBoris Johnson is facing a Tory rebellion on lockdown rules in the Commons, 24 hours after telling drinkers they may need a COVID vaccine or negative test to go to the pub.
Johnson says 'capitalism' and 'greed' are behind the UK's vaccine successBoris Johnson is facing a tough end-of-term interrogation on COVID-19 by senior MPs after claiming the UK is making progress a year after his first lockdown.
Lockdown restrictions should be eased to allow protests, MPs urge home secretaryMore than 60 MPs have signed a letter to the home secretary calling for the easing of COVID-19 restrictions to allow protests to go ahead.
West Bengal Assembly Election 2021: TMC MPs raise three concerns with ECElection Commission has decided that all the polling stations in Bengal would be manned by Central paramilitary forces.
Be careful, follow Covid-19 guidelines: RS chairman tells MPs as infections riseRajya Sabha Chairman M Venkaiah Naidu urged the Members of Parliament on Friday to remain extra careful and strictly follow the coronavirus-related guidelines in the wake of rise in the number of cases..
Need to retest 1.7 million doses and delays to supplies from India behind reduced vaccine numbersA need to retest more than one-and-a-half million vaccine doses - as well as delays to doses arriving from India - will lead to a "tighter" supply in COVID jabs next month, Health Secretary Matt..
'Teething problems? Try wisdom teeth removal': Firms tell MPs of post-Brexit trading experienceThe Northern Ireland Protocol is adding costs and complexity to businesses that risks reducing choice and increasing prices for consumers, while cutting trade with Great Britain, MPs have been told.
Uighurs: MPs 'appalled' firms can't guarantee supply chains free of forced labour in ChinaCompanies in the UK "still cannot guarantee that their supply chains are free from forced labour" from the Uighur people in Xinjiang in China, a House of Commons select committee has warned.
Boris Johnson launches foreign policy review with Indo-Pacific tilt, confirms visit to India in AprilUK prime minister Boris Johnson told MPs in the House of Commons on Tuesday that the UK going forward will “engage more deeply in the Indo-Pacific”. He also confirmed that he will visit India in..
Women's safety and civil liberties spark anger over new Police and Crime BillLabour and the Conservatives are heading for a fierce showdown on crime after Sir Keir Starmer ordered his MPs to vote against a flagship piece of government legislation.
MPs back crime bill: What's in it and why it's caused controversy after Everard deathThe government's flagship crime legislation has been backed in a Commons vote.
Test and Trace boss defends £37bn pound serviceThe boss of Test and Trace has defended the £37bn pound service, dismissing a critical report by MPs as "old news".
Opposition facing ‘digital discrimination’ in Lok Sabha, Congress allegesLeader of Congress in Lok Sabha, Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury on Tuesday alleged “digital discrimination” against the political opposition inside Lok Sabha and said that everything said by the government..
Uttarakhand CM Trivendra Singh Rawat to resign todayUttarakhand chief minister Trivendra Singh Rawat is likely to resign at a press conference on Tuesday. As per sources, he is scheduled to address a press conference at 3 pm where he will officially..
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Boohoo under renewed pressure as firm urged to link bonuses to progress on workers' rightsBoohoo is facing renewed pressure from MPs on workers' rights - days after Sky News revealed the online fashion retailer was facing the possibility of a US import ban over the issue.
'Worrying' number of children and teens recruited to terror groups during lockdownA "worrying" number of children and teenagers are being recruited to terrorist groups during the coronavirus lockdown, the foreign secretary has told MPs.
Govt has no plan for reaching net zero by 2050, MPs warnThe government lacks a plan for achieving net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050 - despite setting the target almost two years ago, a group of MPs have warned.
Brain injury charity hopes for 'cultural change' from inquiry into sport and dementia linkA brain injury charity is hoping for a "cultural change" in how head injuries are treated in sport as MPs launch an inquiry into links with neurodegenerative disease.
MPs call on government to reconsider limits for new driversThe government should resume research into graduated driving licences, a committee of MPs has said.
Tory MPs demand permanent business rates cut to help firms emerge from 'cold store'A group of 45 Conservative MPs from "Red Wall" seats have called for a permanent reduction in business rates to help firms come out of "cold store" after the coronavirus crisis.
Sunak told now is not the time for 'significant' tax increasesChancellor Rishi Sunak has been told by MPs that "now is not the time for tax rises" - though a moderate hike in corporation tax could help the government without damaging growth.
Inquiry into smart motorways launched by MPs amid safety fearsAn investigation has been launched at Westminster into smart motorways in response to growing safety concerns.
Tory MPs in the North call on Johnson and Sunak not to raise business taxes in BudgetBoris Johnson has been told not to raise business taxes in next week's Budget by Tory MPs in the North - as new Conservatives MPs told Sky News they "won't be here in four years' time" if he doesn't..
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Failure to tackle 'hard edges' of COVID-19 support, criticised by MPsCriticism has been levelled by MPs at the government for failing to tackle the "hard edges" in support for the self-employed nearly a year on that has meant a large number losing out.