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Katie Price calls for online trolling to be made criminal offence
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Amarinder Singh backs Rahul Gandhi for Parliament debate on China after Amit Shah's remark
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Tejaswhi Yadav fumes after RJD not invited to all-party meeting on China situation
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PM departs Downing St ahead of statement in Commons
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PoK will demand that they want to be with India: Rajnath Singh
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Nepal's lower house passes new map which includes India's Kalapani, Lipulekh
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Government announces there will be no extension to EU transitional period
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Nepal tables bill in Parliament to formalise new map which claims parts of India
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PM Oli: Nepal will reclaim Lipulekh, Kalapani, Limpiyadhura from India
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King upholds Muhyiddin as Malaysia PM in brief Parliament sitting
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Inside Parliament: How MPs practise social distancing
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Florence Nightingale projected onto Parliament to celebrate 200th anniversary
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Boris Johnson outlines new coronavirus plan in Parliament
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Coronavirus: Parliament to return 21 April, government saysParliament will return after the Easter recess, the government confirmed on Sunday, a day after cross-party calls for the immediate recall of the house.
Trudeau calls for 'Team Canada' effort, wants lawmakers to back coronavirus packagePrime Minister Justin Trudeau called on Wednesday for a "Team Canada effort" to beat the coronavirus outbreak, saying Parliament should be brought back so all legislators could approve a massive aid..
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Canada's Trudeau wants to recall MPs to back massive coronavirus aid packageCanadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said on Wednesday he wanted to recall Parliament so legislators could approve a massive aid package he called "the biggest economic measures of our lifetimes".
Government abandons boundary shakeup to cut number of MPs to 600'Parliament will have a greater workload' after Brexit, says minister
New Zealand passes law decriminalising abortionParliament's vote to remove the procedure from the Crimes Act changes a law in force since 1977.
Hungary to shut borders to international passengers to fight coronavirus: PMHungary will close its borders for international passengers, close cultural and sports events and establishments and limit the opening hours of restaurants, Prime Minister Viktor Orban told Parliament..
Secret doorway in Parliament leads to historical treasure troveHistorical treasures - and evidence of a beer-fuelled party - are uncovered in the Commons restoration.
Poland judges: Parliament and Supreme Court issue rival rulingsThe top court says new judges are not independent, while lawmakers vote to fire those who are critical.
Nadine Dorries says she 'writes 1,000 words a day' to further career as novelist despite becoming Tory ministerMP was paid £154,000 in book advances last year, declaration to Parliament shows
Spain's future in the balance as lawmakers head for knife-edge voteSpanish lawmakers head to Parliament on Saturday for several days of debate ahead of an extremely tight vote that could confirm Socialist leader Pedro Sanchez as prime minister, breaking the country's..
Spain´s Catalan separatists ERC agrees to abstain in Sanchez investitureCatalan separatist party Esquerra Republicana de Catalunya (ERC) said on Thursday it will abstain during the vote in Parliament to confirm Pedro Sanchez as Prime Minister, potentially signaling an end..
Queen to outline UK PM's Brexit agendaPlans to take the UK out of the EU will be among the bills unveiled as the Queen opens Parliament.
Johnson plans to block any delay to Brexit processThe move comes as MPs gather for the first sitting of the new Parliament after the general election.
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Paris conference sign of foreign concern for Lebanon: BerriA Paris conference to mobilize support for Lebanon showed that the international community is more concerned about the country than some Lebanese, Parliament Speaker Nabih Berri said on Wednesday.
Iraq unrest: Parliament approves PM Abdul Mahdi's resignationIt comes after two months of protests in which security forces have killed about 400 people.
Parliament approves Iraqi prime minister's resignationIraq's parliament voted on Sunday to accept the resignation of Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi, following weeks of violent anti-government protests that have rocked the country.
Nancy Astor: Theresa May to unveil statue for pioneering female MPEx-PM Theresa May will unveil a statue honouring Nancy Astor, who was elected to Parliament in 1919.
Hungary's ruling party to curtail freedom of action, access for MPsHungary’s Parliament will begin discussing on Wednesday a bill that restricts its members’ freedom of action, a ruling party proposal that has led to renewed accusations of authoritarianism on the..
Lebanon's Speaker Berri says situation in Lebanon getting more 'complicated': Al JoumhouriaThe situation in Lebanon is becoming more complicated, Lebanese Parliament Speaker Nabih Berri was cited as saying by newspaper al-Joumhouria on Saturday, comments that suggested a deal needed to form..
Lebanon's Berri says insists on Hariri as PM of next government- NBN televisionLebanon's Parliament Speaker Nabih Berri said he insisted on nominating Saad al-Hariri as prime minister of the country's next government, NBN television reported on Thursday.
Ian Austin: Ex-Labour MP urges people to vote Johnson to keep Corbyn out as he announces he is quitting ParliamentA former Labour MP has announced he will resign from parliament and urged people to vote Boris Johnson, claiming Jeremy Corbyn is "completely unfit" to run the country.
UK PM Johnson passes government's legislative agendaParliament approved Prime Minister Boris Johnson's plan for government on Thursday in a symbolic vote that does little to strengthen his authority on Brexit or signal an end to the country's political..
Back an election and we can still ratify a Brexit deal, UK PM Johnson tells LabourParliament could still pass a deal to leave the European Union if it backs the government's attempt to hold a new election, Prime Minister Boris Johnson told opposition Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn in a..
Canada's Trudeau retains power in election but will have minority governmentCanadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's Liberals held onto power after a closely fought election on Monday but were reduced to a minority government that will need the support in Parliament of a..
Canada's Trudeau, main rival trade attacks as campaign grinds to conclusionCanadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, facing the loss of his Parliamentary majority in an election next week, traded attacks with his main rival on Saturday as a bad-tempered campaign entered its..
Watch: The moment the MPs voted to postpone BrexitMPs vote in favour of the Letwin amendment, delaying Brexit until legislation is passed by Parliament.
Brexit: Europe’s leaders tune in for Parliament dramaEU leaders are happy with their Brexit deal with UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson - but what happens next?
Brexit: What to expect from Parliament's Saturday sittingWhat to expect from Saturday's sitting of Parliament, when MPs will vote Boris Johnson's Brexit deal.
Brexit: Europe's press welcomes deal but doubts it will succeedNewspapers across Europe are doubtful Parliament will pass Boris Johnson's Brexit deal
Brexit deal: What does it mean?Boris Johnson has agreed a new Brexit deal with the EU - but what does it mean and will Parliament pass it?
Brexit: What happens now?The British government and the EU have agreed a new Brexit deal, but will it get through Parliament?
New Brexit deal agreed, UK PM Boris Johnson saysPM calls the agreement "a great new deal", but it will still need to be approved by Parliament.
Pomp in Parliament: The Queen’s SpeechA look at the fanfare and formality behind this year's State Opening of Parliament.
Westminster car crash driver Salih Khater jailed for lifeSalih Khater used his vehicle to try to kill people outside Parliament.
'Brexit: 'Big gap' remains in UK-EU deal discussionsThe future of Northern Ireland's border dominates, while Parliament reconvenes for the Queen's Speech.
Special sitting for MPs to decide Brexit futureParliament will meet on Saturday 19 October after a key EU summit to approve the next steps for the UK.
Brexit: Parliament to sit on a Saturday for first time in 37 years in last-ditch Boris Johnson bid to stop delayMPs to be recalled on 19 October, even with no agreement to vote on – and told to choose between crashing out or an extension
Johnson defends language after criticism from MPsThe prime minister says he deplores threats to MPs, adding that "tempers need to come down" in Parliament.
UK MPs return after court rules shutdown unlawfulBoris Johnson returns from New York early as Parliament reconvenes in the wake of Tuesday's ruling.
The ruling – and what happened nextKey moments from the day Britain's highest court found the PM's decision to suspend Parliament unlawful.
Donald Trump: Boris Johnson is 'doing very well'The US president expresses support for the UK PM after the suspension of Parliament was ruled unlawful.
Supreme Court ruling: Your questions answeredWe answer some of your questions about the Supreme Court ruling that suspending Parliament broke the law.
Labour's Corbyn calls on Johnson should resignThe Labour party leader says he will demand Parliament is recalled following the Supreme Court's verdict.
Historic ruling on UK Parliament suspension dueParliament could be reconvened immediately if Boris Johnson is ruled to have suspended it unlawfully.