Boris Johnson has been told to deliver on his Brexit promises or face receiving an unpleasant letter.
MPs will attend Parliament for the first time after the forthcoming General Election on Tuesday December 17.
An MP in New Zealand has sparked conversation on social media by responding to an apparent heckle with the phrase “OK, boomer”.
The shortest parliamentary session in just over 70 years comes to an end on Tuesday, when MPs officially pack up and head off for the General Election campaign.
A foundation set up in the name of murdered MP Jo Cox has attacked the “abhorrent” abuse aimed at female MPs, after four women cited bullying as their reason for standing down from Parliament.
Traditions surrounding the State Opening of Parliament and the Queen’s Speech can be traced back to the 16th century.
Jeremy Corbyn will accuse Boris Johnson of “using the Queen” to deliver a pre-election Tory party political broadcast at next week’s State Opening of Parliament.
The longest parliamentary session in the history of the United Kingdom ends on Tuesday night – and this time for good.
The House of Commons must “stop funding hate” by immediately pulling its advertising on right-wing news websites such as Breitbart, says a Labour MP.
Parliament is to review its digital advertising policy after it became aware of a claim on social media that one of its adverts featured on Breitbart’s news website.
MPs are having to make last-minute journeys across the UK to ensure they are back before Parliament resumes on Wednesday.
The Prime Minister has been given a week’s deadline to appear before the Liaison Committee to be questioned.
The UK’s highest court declared that Boris Johnson went beyond his powers when he advised the Queen to suspend Parliament for five weeks.
MPs will return to Westminster on Wednesday after the Supreme Court ruled that Boris Johnson’s decision to suspend Parliament for five weeks was unlawful.
The longest parliamentary session in the history of the United Kingdom resumes on Wednesday, when MPs return to Westminster sooner than expected.
The Supreme Court has ruled that Boris Johnson’s decision to suspend Parliament for five weeks was unlawful.
MPs will return to Westminster on Wednesday after the highest court in the land ruled Boris Johnson’s suspension of Parliament was unlawful.
MPs are travelling to sit in the House of Commons in an immediate response to the Supreme Court’s ruling that the Prime Minister’s prorogation of Parliament was unlawful.
The UK’s highest court has said it is for Parliament to decide what happens next after it declared the five-week prorogation unlawful.
Boris Johnson’s decision to suspend Parliament for five weeks was unlawful, the UK’s highest court has declared.