Sir Lindsay Hoyle has lent a hand in turning Parliament’s 2,000 clocks forward by one hour.
Police use of drones and body-worn video cameras must be subject to better scrutiny, according to MSPs.
Westminster is “without question” a sexist environment, but despite being “largely built for men by men” it is getting better, a Labour frontbencher has said.
Two ornate lamps estimated to cost £175,000 have been commissioned as a gift from Parliament to mark the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.
Thousands of anti-government protesters threw confetti and chanted slogans in Nepal’s capital as they celebrated parliament’s reinstatement by the Supreme Court.
Health Secretary Matt Hancock has taken a Covid-19 test in Parliament to highlight the expansion of workplace facilities to assess the status of staff.
It would be “quite difficult” to argue that MPs should be an equal priority for a Covid-19 vaccination as police and teachers, Jacob Rees-Mogg has said.
A north-east MP has warned the UK Government against bringing an end to a Universal Credit top-up amid a huge rise in the number of claimants.
A petition calling for visa-free travel for artists and other creatives in the European Union after Brexit has reached 200,000 signatures.
Ronan Keating has backed a petition calling for visa-free travel for artists and other creatives in the European Union after Brexit.
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Ministers are resisting demands for an emergency recall of Parliament to respond to urgent questions about the coronavirus outbreak.
North-east MPs must ‘hang heads in shame’ for supporting unlawful suspension of Parliament, says Aberdeen MSP
Kevin Stewart, Aberdeen Central SNP MSP, said Boris Johnson “must resign” following the ruling that suspending Parliament was unlawful, adding the north-east Conservative MPs who supported him should “consider their position”.
The Supreme Court has ruled that Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s advice to the Queen to suspend Parliament for five weeks was unlawful.
A group of cross-party MPs have gathered outside the Palace of Westminster to demonstrate against the prorogation of Parliament.
Aberdeen MP Ross Thomson is facing fresh claims of misconduct, it was revealed today.
Amazon is not dominant, a senior executive for the company told a Lords select committee on Tuesday, despite it recently overtaking Microsoft as the most valuable US firm.
There are fears for the future of BBC Parliament and its ageing audience as the broadcaster braces to make further savings.
A north-east MSP has paid tribute to those who have served in the armed forces.
A group of MPs have launched an inquiry into how to tackle the potential negative effects of social media on the mental health of young people.
A group of Aberdeen primary school pupils have dropped in on a North-east MP to make their case against plastic straws.
Hollywood actor Michael Sheen has said he would “absolutely” take a pay cut if it meant being paid the same as a female actress, as he attended a gender equality march.
Bosses at collapsed construction giant Carillion are to be questioned by MPs next month.
The Scottish Parliament is to hear about issues over confidence in controversial Super Puma helicopters – branded by one union chief as a “flying coffin”.
The Queen has officially opened the fifth session of the Scottish Parliament with an array of poetry, music and a traditional parade.
Proud relatives came to watch North-east MSPs being sworn in at the Scottish Parliament.
The SNP held on to its seat in Angus North and Mearns - but its majority was cut by more than 20%.
MPs are to debate calls for US presidential hopeful Donald Trump to be banned from Britain after his controversial comments about Muslims.
A ceremonial procession of the Speaker into the chamber marked the start of the newly-elected MPs being sworn in today.
NEWLY elected North-east MPs have written to the Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne calling for the rapid implementation of the City Region Deal.