MPs have expressed their disbelief at a group of high-profile Conservative Brexiteers allegedly being referred to as “the Grand Wizards”.
A Labour MP faced suggestions he was a “misogynist bully boy” during a furious Commons clash with a Government minister.
There was anger as it was announced that MPs are to receive an inflation-busting pay rise almost double that offered to parliamentary staff.
MPs are to receive a 2.7% pay rise, taking their basic salary for 2019/20 from £77,379 to £79,468, it has been announced.
Social media platforms are behaving like “digital gangsters” and should be forced to comply with a regulated code of ethics to tackle harmful or illegal content on their sites, a Commons committee has demanded.
A 12-year-old victim of sexual assault in Northern Ireland had to travel to England under police escort for an abortion, MPs have been told.
A “historic humiliation”, “fighting for her life” and “Brextinct” are some of the ways the papers describe Theresa May’s “crushing” Commons defeat and what lays ahead for the Prime Minister.
A move to exempt members of the Armed Forces from prosecution under the European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR) passed the first Parliamentary hurdle to becoming law today.
A minister has apologised after mistakenly claiming the Conservative Government introduced the National Minimum Wage.
Sajid Javid has defended questioning whether people risking their lives crossing the English Channel are “genuine” refugees.
Democratic Unionist MP Ian Paisley is facing a 30-day suspension from the House of Commons after his failure to register two family holidays paid for by the Sri Lankan government.
Two of the Osmonds were applauded by MPs as they were introduced to the Commons during Prime Minister’s Questions.
Former First Minister Alex Salmond was today described as "the giant of modern Scottish politics" by Nicola Sturgeon.
A bill to allow Brexit talks to begin has been backed by MPs.
Speaker John Bercow has praised SNP MPs for their “solidarity” as dozens of the group pour into the Commons for each maiden speech.