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Jeremy Corbyn has mounted a fresh attack on Jacob Rees-Mogg over his “shameful” suggestion that Grenfell Tower residents lacked "common sense".
Philip Hammond has announced that he will not stand at the general election after being stripped of the Conservative whip.
Sir Lindsay Hoyle has won the race to take over from John Bercow as Speaker of the House of Commons.
Diane Abbott has urged Keith Vaz to rule out standing at the general election after a probe found the Labour MP offered to buy cocaine for male escorts.
Downing Street has denied claims by Amber Rudd that Boris Johnson asked her to stand again for the Tories in a row over removing the party whip from her.
Tory backbenchers have been criticised after they were accused of “jeering” Jeremy Corbyn over a tie he wore in honour of victims of the Grenfell Tower fire.
Philip Hammond has said he is "agonising" over whether he wants the Conservative Party to win the next general election.
Dods People draws together a list of appointments in Westminster politics, the devolved administrations and the public affairs sector in the last week.
Philip Hammond has accused Boris Johnson of “throwing tantrums” by trying to force a snap general election instead of trying to get his Brexit deal through the Commons.
Boris Johnson has been handed a boost after MPs backed the Government’s domestic agenda laid out in a Queen’s Speech earlier this month.
With just nine days to go until the Brexit deadline Boris Johnson is in a race against time and MPs to get his deal into law and avoid an extension to Article 50.
Controversial plans to build a third runway at Heathrow airport are “unlikely” to go ahead despite having the support of MPs, minister Zac Goldmith has said.
The Government believes it has the support of enough MPs to pass its Brexit deal in the Commons, Dominic Raab has said.
Andrea Leadsom has condemned “frightening” and “intimidating” Brexit protesters after police were forced to escort high profile parliamentarians from the Commons.
On the seventy-fifth anniversary of the Battle of Arnhem, we must remember the sacrifice, heroism and tragedy of those who fought; reflecting on the lessons we can all learn, writes Dan Jarvis MP.
Parliament will sit on a Saturday for the first time since the Falklands War in order to debate Brexit ahead of the Halloween deadline, Downing Street has confirmed.
American businesswoman Jennifer Arcuri has repeatedly refused to deny that she had an affair with Boris Johnson while he was mayor of London.
Rory Stewart has said he will not be standing as an MP at the next general election and has resigned from the Conservative party.
The targeted bullying and harrassment of women MPs in the Labour Party is an attempt to silence us and keep us out of the public sphere, writes Helen Jones MP.
John Bercow has led Commons criticism against "vile" and "unacceptable" campaigning aimed at Stella Creasy by an anti-abortion group.
Read Prime Minister Boris Johnson's full speech to delegates at the 2019 Conservative Party conference in Manchester.
Dominic Cummings’ wife has issued a statement denying that she was the second woman allegedly groped by Boris Johnson during a lunch in the late 90s.
Boris Johnson has said he is “sorry for the misunderstanding” in his response to an MP who cited Jo Cox and death threats in her call for him to tone down his language.