Parliament must get its “own House in order” if it wants to take a lead on tackling workplace maternity discrimination, Lib Dem leadership hopeful Jo Swinson has said.
The House of Commons exchanged Brexit debate for classical music when an MP, a TV presenter and two parliamentary staffers performed as a string quartet inside the famous chamber.
Embarking on the second day of his state visit to the UK, US President Donald Trump met with Prime Minister Theresa May for talks and a joint press conference.
More than 23 hours of sitting time in the House of Commons has been left unused since the EU warned Britain not to waste time to resolve Brexit.
As the Scottish Parliament marks its 20th year, the Press Association looks at 10 key pieces of legislation that MSPs have passed.
The Afghan president has inaugurated the country’s new parliament, six months since elections were held and following long delays, unresolved disputes and political bickering.
Professor Mary Beard offered some light relief to current politics by inviting people to share how they thought Brexit might be taught in schools.
Brexit appears to be on course for a lengthy delay after MPs rejected Theresa May’s EU Withdrawal Agreement by a margin of 58 votes.
Theresa May has made a last-ditch plea to MPs to get her Withdrawal Agreement over the line and deliver Brexit on May 22.
Former Brexit secretary Dominic Raab has declared he will back Theresa May’s EU Withdrawal Agreement in a crunch Commons vote on the day the UK was scheduled to leave the European Union.
Brexit figurehead Boris Johnson has confirmed he will vote for Theresa May’s EU Withdrawal Agreement in a special sitting of the House of Commons on the day the UK was scheduled to leave the European Union.
Theresa May is battling to get her Brexit Withdrawal Agreement backed by the Commons on the day that was scheduled to see Britain quit the EU.
An MP said she was appealing to the “heavens” in the chamber during Wednesday’s Brexit debate in an attempt to stop a Brexiteer from talking.
Letting the Queen decide is just one of many alternative Brexit options social media users devised as the Commons prepared to vote on alternative Brexit proposals.
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.
Australian journalist Patricia Karvelas has received an apology from the government after she was asked to leave Parliament for allegedly breaching the dress code.
There are fears for the future of BBC Parliament and its ageing audience as the broadcaster braces to make further savings.
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.
An inquiry into mental health services around Tayside must be “genuinely independent”, a leading politician has said.
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.