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Representative of the voters to a parliament

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A member of parliament (MP) is the representative of the voters to a parliament. In many countries with bicameral parliaments, this category includes specifically members of the lower house, as upper houses often have a different title. Member of Congress is an equivalent term in other jurisdictions.

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Boris Johnson news – live: Tory MPs urge churches to ring bells for Brexit after PM's Big Ben bongs plea, as Momentum faces backlash over 'ludicrous' Labour leadership ballot

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London's Big Ben must 'bong for Brexit' on January 31, say MPs [Video]London's Big Ben must 'bong for Brexit' on January 31, say MPs

London's Big Ben must 'bong for Brexit' on January 31, say MPs

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Brexit a step closer as Withdrawal Bill clears House of Commons [Video]Brexit a step closer as Withdrawal Bill clears House of Commons

The UK’s exit from the European Union moved a step closer after Boris Johnson’s Brexit Bill cleared the Commons. The European Union (Withdrawal Agreement) Bill was given a third reading by 330..

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Suspense of Brexit disappears as British MPs prepare to approve terms of the UK's exit [Video]Suspense of Brexit disappears as British MPs prepare to approve terms of the UK's exit

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British MPs are set to seal the Brexit deal today [Video]British MPs are set to seal the Brexit deal today

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Labour deputy leader hopeful wants 'Ministry of Fabulosity' [Video]Labour deputy leader hopeful wants 'Ministry of Fabulosity'

Tooting MP Dr Rosena Allin-Khan has told ITV News' Acting Prime Minister podcast that she we would like to create a 'Ministry of Fabulosity', saying: "It's a real thing, it will be full of fabulous MPs..

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Spanish socialists win MPs' backing for left-wing coalition government, by just two votes [Video]Spanish socialists win MPs' backing for left-wing coalition government, by just two votes

This is the first coalition government since Spain's transition to democracy after the regime of Francisco Franco.View on euronews

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MPs in Iranian parliament chant 'death to America' [Video]MPs in Iranian parliament chant 'death to America'

Iranian MPs chant 'death to America' while in their parliament chamber after the US killing of Iran's top general Qassem Soleimani in Baghdad.

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Turkish MPs back sending troops to Libya to support UN-backed government [Video]Turkish MPs back sending troops to Libya to support UN-backed government

Turkish MPs back sending troops to Libya to support UN-backed government

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UK: MPs approve first stage of PM Johnson's Brexit legislation [Video]UK: MPs approve first stage of PM Johnson's Brexit legislation

PM wins initial approval for Brexit bill, paving the way for him to deliver Britain's departure from EU by January 31.

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A week after the election, MPs approve Brexit legislation paving way for January 31 exit [Video]A week after the election, MPs approve Brexit legislation paving way for January 31 exit

The deadlock has been broken.View on euronews

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Boris Johnson departs Houses of Parliament [Video]Boris Johnson departs Houses of Parliament

Boris Johnson has departed the Houses of Parliament after Brexit bill win. The Prime Minister had MPs rally behind his withdrawal agreement as they voted 358 to 234 in favour. Report by Browna. Like us..

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MPs vote to pass Boris' withdrawal agreement bill 358 to 234 [Video]MPs vote to pass Boris' withdrawal agreement bill 358 to 234

MPs today voted 358 to 234 in favour of Boris Johnson's Brexit bill. The Prime Minister put forward a second reading of the bill which previously failed to get the votes needed. Report by Browna. Like..

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MPs back Boris Johnson's Brexit deal [Video]MPs back Boris Johnson's Brexit deal

Britain took a big step closer to leaving the EU as Boris Johnson's Brexit deal was backed by a large majority of MPs. The second reading of the European Union (Withdrawal Agreement) Bill was passed by..

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Lebanese president asks Hassan Diab to form government [Video]Lebanese president asks Hassan Diab to form government

Former education minister designated to become prime minister after president's consultations with MPs.

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Queen sets out government's priorities for the next 5 years [Video]Queen sets out government's priorities for the next 5 years

The Queen has set out the government's agenda in the State Opening of Parliament. More than thirty bills have been proposed with the Brexit bill set to return before MPs tomorrow. Report by Woodsli...

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Sir Lindsay Hoyle ensures 'office is open to all' on his return as Speaker [Video]Sir Lindsay Hoyle ensures 'office is open to all' on his return as Speaker

Sir Lindsay Hoyle has been re-elected as Commons Speaker, telling MPs his “office is open to all”. The Chorley MP was returned to the post unopposed at the start of the new Parliament. He replaced..

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New MPs to be sworn into Parliament over next two days [Video]New MPs to be sworn into Parliament over next two days

Hundreds of MPs have arrived at the House of Commons to be sworn into the new Parliament. Report by Alibhaiz. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and follow us on Twitter at..

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Boris Johnson to Cabinet: You ain't seen nothing yet [Video]Boris Johnson to Cabinet: You ain't seen nothing yet

Boris Johnson has vowed to work “flat out” to deliver on his new Government’s priorities amid warnings that he is driving the country towards a no-deal Brexit. Addressing the first meeting of the..

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UK PM Johnson to welcome new MPs in Westminster as he eyes swift Brexit vote [Video]UK PM Johnson to welcome new MPs in Westminster as he eyes swift Brexit vote

UK PM Johnson to welcome new MPs in Westminster as he eyes swift Brexit vote

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PM welcomes new Tories to House of Commons [Video]PM welcomes new Tories to House of Commons

Prime Minister Boris Johnson has welcomed new Tory MPs to the House of Commons following his victory in last week's General Election. Report by Etemadil. Like us on Facebook at..

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Labour leadership: 'Tough old bird' Emily Thornberry says she will make it through to next round

Contenders to succeed Jeremy Corbyn need backing of 22 party MPs or MEPs by Monday to stay in the race
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Labour leadership: Keir Starmer promises to defend party's radical values and win next election

Contender to succeed Jeremy Corbyn officially launches campaign on back of commanding lead in MPs' nominations
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Keir Starmer takes big early lead among MPs in Labour leadership race, official figures show

Shadow Brexit Secretary has already secured 23 nominations - enough to put him on the ballot paper
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Spain's Sánchez faces knife-edge vote to govern in coalition

The caretaker socialist PM wants to govern with far-left Podemos, but the MPs' vote will be tight.
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Iraqi MPs back plan to expel US troops

The resolution calls for foreign troops to leave the country after an Iranian general's assassination.
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Labour leadership: MPs begin to make their pitches

Sir Keir Starmer aims to win trust, while Jess Phillips says Labour must stop "harking back to the past".
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HS2 costs out of control, says review's deputy chair

Lord Berkeley says MPs were "misled" about the line's costs, which he says will be more than £108bn.
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Brexit: MPs attempt to force Boris Johnson to protect child refugees after EU departure

Exclusive: Liberal Democrat amendment seeks to overturn 'truly heartless' Boris Johnson move to strip refugee rights from Brexit bill
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Tories urge Boris Johnson to 'change course' on HS2 amid fears project could reach 12-figure cost

Newly elected MPs in Labour's 'red wall' warn business case for project is collapsing
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Tory MPs ask Boris Johnson for autograph after Brexit deal passed

House of Commons votes in favour of withdrawal agreement bill, with country set to leave EU on 31 January
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UK MPs back Johnson's Brexit bill

MPs vote by 358 to 234 to back Boris Johnson’s Brexit bill to leave EU on 31 January.
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MPs set to approve Boris Johnson's Brexit deal

Prime minister hails 'beginning of a new dawn for our country' ahead of historic vote, but opposition MPs raise fears over ditching of several key concessions
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Boris Johnson's new Brexit bill scraps powers for MPs to scrutinise future trade deals

"Trade deal process will now be conducted in secret,' warns Labour MP
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Queen's Speech: Boris Johnson to enshrine workers' rights in new law after Brexit as guarantees stripped from withdrawal agreement

MPs to vote on the first stages of Brexit deal before Christmas
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Johnson plans to block any delay to Brexit process

The move comes as MPs gather for the first sitting of the new Parliament after the general election.
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Labour leadership: Demands for Jeremy Corbyn to apologise as he faces MPs after historic defeat

Calls for senior aides to Labour leader to go after devastating election result
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Female MPs more outspoken in debates led by women, study finds

Gender of cabinet minister leading discussion has no bearing on male MPs' input, authors say
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Boris Johnson could ditch promise to protect workers' rights and environmental protections after Brexit, No10 suggests

Downing Street refuses to confirm that pledges made to MPs in October will be included in amended Brexit bill this week
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Labour leadership race threatens party civil war as MPs fear 'continuity Corbyn' figure

Rebecca Long-Bailey makes early running in the succession race
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Racism claims and 'forced labour camps': The most controversial new Tory MPs who won seats in general election

Several of 108 incoming Conservatives faced allegations during election campaign
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Election results: Record number of female MPs win seats

Women MPs outnumber male counterparts in Labour for first time in party's history
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'Please stand down': Labour MPs tell Jeremy Corbyn to resign immediately after disastrous election night

Anger at humiliated leader's plan to stay on for 'period of reflection' - which could last many months
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Election: Former Labour MPs launch advertising campaign urging voters to reject Jeremy Corbyn ahead of polling day

Fifteen disaffected former MPs pen open letter saying they could not vote for their old party
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General election: Which candidates are standing in my area?

Thousands of would-be MPs running for parliament across 650 constituencies
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App launched by Final Say campaigners offers tactical voting help to elect MPs who support second Brexit referendum

Campaigners say 'election is balanced on a knife edge and there are just a few days left if we are to stop Boris Johnson getting total power'
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General election 2019: West Worcestershire politics students grill candidates

Politics students put four potential MPs on the spot in Worcestershire.
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Lesotho MPs brawl in parliament over mohair

They started throwing things during a dispute over the country's wool and mohair industry.
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Devon anthrax hoaxer jailed for targeting female MPs

Richard Hayes was jailed for sending packages of white power to 16 victims, the majority women.
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Japan MPs try on their earthquake helmets

The politicians donned their collapsible plastic helmets as part of a drill in parliament.
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Japan MPs' disaster helmet drill sparks Twitter debate

Some Japanese lawmakers giggled this week during a drill to practice the use of disaster prevention helmets, at least one of which was put on backwards, prompting Twitter users to question if they were..
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Labour MPs free to campaign for either Brexit or Remain if second referendum happens, McDonnell says

Shadow chancellor refuses to say which side he will back but says he will not follow Jeremy Corbyn in staying neutral
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Lebanese parliament session expected to be postponed: parliamentary sources

A Lebanese parliament session is expected to be postponed on Tuesday because protests had prevented MPs from arriving, two parliamentary sources said, torpedoing the first session since demonstrations..
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General Election 2019: 'MPs need to do more for communities'

Regulars trying to save their village pub in Warwickshire want politicians to do more to help rural communities.
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Turkey's pro-Kurdish party mulls pulling MPs from parliament

A pro-Kurdish opposition party is considering withdrawing lawmakers from Turkey's parliament due to mounting pressure it is facing, and as an act of protest against the government's decision to oust 24..
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General election: UK on course for record number of ethnic minority MPs, new analysis suggests

But Labour Friends of India hits out at party's shortage of Indian-heritage candidates
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Government funding for 'left behind' towns being spent in wealthier Tory marginals, analysis reveals

More than half of towns set to benefit from £3.6bn fund are held by Tory MPs, despite vast majority of poorest areas being in Labour constituencies
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Labour candidate 'not fit to be MP', libel case told

Former Redcar MP claims union libelled her in 2017 Skwawkbox blog post
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The Brexit Party's decision to only stand against Labour MPs probably won't change much

Tactical Voting: The bulk of seats in play won't be affected
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General election: Boris Johnson tries to get Tory campaign back on track after day of gaffes and mishaps

Prime minister addresses rally after ministerial resignation and series of apologies from his MPs
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General Election 2019: Labour bans three MPs from standing for party

Chris Williamson, Roger Godsiff and Stephen Hepburn have not been endorsed as candidates by the NEC.
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Justice system 'may not cope' with impact of Boris Johnson's 20,000 extra police officers, MPs warn

Public Accounts Committee raises alarm over capacity to deal with increased prosecutions and prison sentences
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Chinese government officials confiscating papers and getting events cancelled at British universities, report warns

Battle to recruit students must not outweigh 'risks' to academic freedom, MPs say
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General election: Ministers demand action from social media to protect candidates from abusive trolls

People who abuse would-be MPs online should face consequences, Boris Johnson's cabinet agrees
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Bury: EFL should apologise and pay reparations to expelled club, say MPs

A select committee inquiry says the English Football League should "share the blame" for Bury's financial decline.
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Lindsay Hoyle wins the race to succeed John Bercow, by being the most anyone-but-Bercow candidate

Days after spending long hours worshipping John Bercow, MPs went wild as his would-be replacements took it in turns to denounce him
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UK MPs elect Bercow's successor as Speaker

Sir Lindsay Hoyle was elected by MPs after four rounds of voting.
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British government 'driving refugees to use deadly smuggling routes' with migration policies, MPs find

Essex lorry tragedy must act as wake-up call after almost 19,000 deaths in Mediterranean, report says
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Greece: Migrant camps 'on edge of catastrophe', EU watchdog says

As conditions are described as “abysmal”, Greek MPs back moves to speed up migrant deportations.
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