Sir Christopher Chope objected to making 'upskirting' a criminal offence and it's not the first time he's derailed well supported bills.Read the full story ›
It all comes down to his objection to private members bills.Read the full story ›
Planes, trains and ... Brexit. Britain's obesity crisis; and predictions for the World Cup. Whose money is on Uruguay? To debate a difficult week in Parliament for the Government:-
- Baroness Smith from Sussex for Labour
- Craig Mackinlay MP, from South Thanet for the Conservatives, and
- Kelly-Marie Blundell from Lewes, for the LibDems
The recognition for the outgoing Network Rail boss is a ‘slap in the face’ for commuters, critics said.Read the full story ›
Critics warn the plan is “expensive and complex” and bad for the environment.Read the full story ›
Are The House of Lords, 'traitors in ermine' as some of the Brexit-supporting press have suggested? Or are they just doing their duty?
As Brexit battles continue, we ask what next for the tortuous passage of Brexit legislation through Parliament. And grammar schools: what will Damian Hinds's £50 million actually do?
And the Royal Wedding this weekend: do we need more bunting, bands, and ceremonial - or is it time for a slimmed down Scandinavian-style monarchy?
To debate all that and more:
- Lord Fox, Chris Fox from the Liberal Democrats in Windsor
- Victoria Prentis, Conservative MP for Banbury, and
- Alan Whitehead, Labour MP for Southampton Test
The director general of the Security Service joined international condemnation of Moscow.Read the full story ›
It comes after council leader Simon Letts lost his seat at the recent local elections.Read the full story ›
Commons Speaker John Bercow has denied allegations of bullying made against him by former members of parliamentary staff.Read the full story ›