Commons Speaker John Bercow has denied allegations of bullying made against him by former members of parliamentary staff.Read the full story ›
John Bercow has faced accusations of bullying but has denied all claims.Read the full story ›
A former private secretary to the Speaker claims that Mr Bercow swore and shouted at him.Read the full story ›
Inquiry into allegations of bullying in Parliament launched following claims made against John BercowRead the full story ›
Bercow responded to points of order made by MPs after a Labour motion compelled the Government to publish 58 Brexit impact studies.Read the full story ›
In response to the claims, an independent support team to deal with allegations of harassment has been called for, and reforms suggested.Read the full story ›
A motion to remove John Bercow from his position as Speaker of the House of Commons is struggling to find support.Read the full story ›
Speaker John Bercow is under fresh pressure over his impartiality after a video emerged in which he admitted he voted for Britain to remain in the European Union.
Bercow is already facing a motion of no confidence after suggesting President Trump should not be allowed to speak in Parliament during a state visit.
Constitutional expert, Professor Vernon Bogdanor, told ITV News that the Speaker represents the House of Commons and therefore "it is not for the Speaker to put his own views forward in public".
Commons Speaker John Bercow insists his impartiality is not damaged by reports he told students that he voted Remain in the EU referendum.Read the full story ›