As Parliament prepares for the new batch of MPs following 2019's General Election, we go behind the scenes at Westminster. A number of new MP's have been elected for the Thames Valley, South and South East of the Meridian region.
- Our Political Correspondent Phil Hornby goes behind the scenes. Watch his report here:
There are nine new MPs in the South and Thames Valley region - all Conservative.
- New MPs in the Thames Valley:
Rob Butler is new for Aylesbury.
Greg Smith is the new Buckingham MP.
David Johnston has been elected for Wantage.
Laura Farris is new in Newbury.
James Sunderland is the new MP for Bracknell.
- New MPs in the South:
Paul Holmes is the new Eastleigh MP.
Flick Drummond who was a Portsmouth MP, is new in Meon Valley.
Chris Loder replaces Sir Oliver Letwin in Dorset West.
Andrew Griffith was elected for Arundel & South Downs.
There are five new MPs in Kent and Sussex - all women, all Conservative.
- New MPs in the South East:
Sally Ann Hart was elected for Hastings & Rye.
Laura Trott replaces Sir Michael Fallon in Sevenoaks.
Mims Davies is the new MP for Mid Sussex - Sir Nicholas Soames retired there.
Natalie Elphicke's the new MP for Dover, which her husband Charlie represented until earlier this month.
Caroline Ansell returns as Eastbourne MP, a position she occupied between 2015 and 2017, having taken the seat from the Lib Dems.
As the Prime Minister Boris Johnson celebrated, behind the scenes at Parliament they were getting ready for a big influx of new MPs.
Previously, you would turn up and just get on with it! These days, there is a full programme of induction.
- Marianne Cwynarski- Head of reception for new MPs
Navigating is what the first few weeks can be all about- navigating the miles of corridors and staircases. MP's who have been there for decades say they still don't know where everything is.
For a new MP, it can be quite daunting.
Nearly everything MP's say in Parliament is said under the gaze of TV cameras.
- John Angeli- Director of Broadcasting
There is real history here.
These chairs were sat in by Winston Churchill, Clement Attlee and Margaret Thatcher.
This is one of the greatest libraries in Britain, where MP's can come for information and maybe for a bit of light reading.
- Penny Young- House of Commons Librarian
The book borrowed most by MP's is this one...