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Agnes Chambre sits down with parliamentarians to find out more about the human side of politics. This week, Labour frontbencher Richard Burgon talks heavy metal, his love of cheese and cringe-worthy politicians
Damian Green is seeking to shore up Theresa May’s authority after a bruising election campaign. As deputy PM in all but name, can he bring his oldest political friend back from the brink? He talks to Daniel Bond
With advice on everything from how to speak in the Chamber to how to deal with online abuse, our Westminster Survival Guide is the essential handbook for new Members of Parliament. Featuring tips and guidance from John Bercow, Jess Phillips, Bernard Jenkin, Barry Gardiner, Norman Lamb, Sam Gyimah and more.
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.
Wondering what to expect from the DUP? Mark Leftly gets chapter and verse from politicians who have had direct dealings with Northern Ireland’s power party
Any deal between the Conservatives and DUP is a chance to remind everyone about how much Northern Ireland has changed, writes historian Lord Bew
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
Norman Lamb is the last remaining Lib Dem in the East of England – but the former health minister has a fight on his hands to fend off a challenge from Conservative candidate James Wild. David Singleton reports from Norfolk
For the sake of Britain’s economy, and soul, Theresa May must immediately and unilaterally guarantee the rights of EU citizens currently residing in the UK, says Yanis Varoufakis
With two members facing tough re-election battles, the future of MP4 is in the balance. James Millar meets the band
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Launched in partnership with The National Lottery, it aims to promote dialogue and support Parliamentarians working to nurture a more connected society.
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