Dods People draws together a list of appointments in Westminster politics, the devolved administrations and the public affairs sector in the last week.
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.
A fresh Labour row has erupted after it emerged party veteran Margaret Hodge could be kicked out as an election candidate after being "triggered" by activists in her seat.
A Labour MP has angrily confronted Boris Johnson’s top adviser over the language used by the Prime Minister in a major Commons row.
MPs have blocked an attempt by the the Government to force a three-day Commons recess to allow all Conservative MPs to attend the party's conference.
Read Jeremy Corbyn's full speech to delegates at the 2019 Labour conference in Brighton.
Sir Henry Bellingham MP writes that to overcome the number of crises in Parliament, we require a new Speaker who is truly independent, neutral at all times, and who can command respect across the House.
London remains a beacon of multicultural diversity where difference is not simply “tolerated”, but celebrated as a positive force for good. We should continue, "opening up London", and make sure we retain the cultural diversity, peace and prosperity that make the city great, writes Rupa Huq MP.
Meg Hillier MP praises Speaker John Bercow for making Parliament "more welcoming and accessible", but writes as his successor, she would restore the broken trust and challenge the bullying behaviour in Parliament.
Chris Bryant MP writes that if elected Speaker, he would never seek to belittle a colleague and would put in place a "proper" Human Resources department to give MPs and staff advice and support when they need it.
Boris Johnson predicted that the Leave campaign would be “crushed” in the EU referendum, David Cameron has revealed.
Boris Johnson was left embarrassed after being told to "get back to Parliament" by a heckler.
Owen Bennett’s pivotal biography delivers valuable insights into the character of an intriguing man, finds David Laws
The billions of pounds in pension funds that flow, unseen, through our financial system could be used to urgently combat the climate change crisis, writes Pensions Minister Guy Opperman MP.