Labour MP for Rhondda
As a former shadow welfare minister representing a deprived area, I have the know-how and the heart to lead the Work and Pensions Committee, writes Chris Bryant MP
Writing ahead of The House magazine’s Speaker Hustings this week, Chris Bryant MP says as Speaker he would tackle bullying and harassment, simplify the parliamentary day and put backbenchers first
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.
At this moment of national crisis, Parliament and Government must not be set against one another. The new PM has a duty to bring MPs back into the fold, writes Chris Bryant
Even low levels of carbon monoxide exposure can cause permanent damage. But models to improve treatment exist, as does the appetite amongst the medical community, write Chris Bryant and Baroness Finlay
From Commons power cuts to when foreign power corrupts, a defiant Chris Bryant’s calls for a strong response to the Skripal attack results in torrent of abuse
Chair of the APPG on Russia, Labour MP Chris Bryant, says the "resurgence of overt aggression and interference" by Russia must not go ignored.
Members of Parliament have a duty to curb this spiral of violence against emergency service workers, writes Chris Bryant