The race to succeed Andrew Tyrie as chair of the Treasury Select Committee is hotly contested. Below the candidates make their case for taking on one of the most powerful roles in Parliament.
A top Labour boss has rowed back on threats that MPs hostile to Jeremy Corbyn could face deselection - just days after he said the party was “too broad a church”.
A wealthy Conservative supporter has shelled out £160,000 for dinner with Theresa May - more than 10 times that offered for Boris Johnson.
The hung parliament means party discipline – and those who enforce it – have never been more important, writes Kevin Maguire
A close ally of Jeremy Corbyn has said Labour MPs who are unprepared to fully sign up to the party’s programme should face re-selection by local members.
On 8 June Labour’s Preet Gill became the first woman Sikh MP. She talks to Sebastian Whale about making history, her hero bus-driver father and defying expectations
Theresa May today hit out at the "intimidation" of parliamentary candidates, after one of her MPs revealed that opposition activists had urinated on her office door.
In his op-ed for PoliticsHome, Chuka Umunna explains why he has joined the numerous MPs to have tabled a cross party amendment to “give MPs the power to stand up to the Government” during Brexit negotiations.
Former maths teacher Layla Moran is one of four first-time Lib Dem MPs and the party’s new education spokesperson. She talks to John Ashmore about feminism, party leadership and why the school system doesn’t add up
Luke Pollard is riding the wave of the Labour surge. Plymouth’s newest MP tells Daniel Bond why he believes the election could signal the start of a new era for his party in the south-west
At 27, Ben Bradley is one of the youngest faces in the new intake. But Mansfield’s first-ever Conservative MP will not be wasting any time "sitting quietly at the back", as Sebastian Whale discovers.
Elections can be a cruel business, not just for MPs, but for their staff. James Millar catches up with five defeated Members as they return to Westminster to wind up their offices
A DUP MP has batted away reports that his party are holding out for an extra £2bn for Northern Ireland in exchange for their support for the Tories.
Boris Johnson has publicly urged Conservative MPs to back Theresa May continuing as Prime Minister, hailing the number of votes the Tories won as a “stunning achievement”.
The Association of Former Members of Parliament has published the latest edition of its official journal Order! Order!
Labour's Elections and National Campaign Coordinator Andrew Gwynne says the two by-elections tomorrow will be "competitive and close contests" but that Labour will be "fighting for every vote until polls close".
New research by the national charity Turn2us has revealed that nearly a third (29%) of MPs have previously claimed unemployment benefits.