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Rishi Sunak departs Downing Street ahead of economic update
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Protests as German MPs back scrapping coal-fired power plants by 2038
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Katie Price wants fines for online bullies
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Sterling Biotech case: 'This is political harassment' says Ahmed Patel after ED interrogates him
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Williamson outlines Covid-secure measures for schools
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PMQs: Boris Johnson announces new route for Hong Kong citizens to enter the UK
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Leicester to reintroduce stricter lockdown measures due to a spike in Covid-19 cases
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Students demand change for racial inequality in All Black Lives Matter march
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British Airways’ treatment of staff a national disgrace, MPs say
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Should the two-metre social-distancing restriction be reduced to one?
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Primary schools not required to bring back all pupils before summer break
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Primary school pupils not required to return before summer
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Do more to prevent corruption among European MPs, says new report
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Boris Johnson appears to break social distancing guidelines in Commons
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MPs vote against remote voting - despite long queues through the Commons
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Commons laughter as Stephen Crabb gets new voting system wrong - twice
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Should PM wait for last Sunday of a month to acknowledge plight of migrant labourers, asks RJD's Manoj Jha
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World No Tobacco Day: Vehicle spreads awareness against cancer caused by tobacco
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Boris Johnson says UK did not have capacity for test, track and trace ready
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UK ‘firm’ against extension of Brexit transition period, says chief negotiator
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Coronavirus: Rights of up to 17,000 children whose mothers are in prison at risk during pandemic, MPs warn'Temporary release is the humane thing for the government to do,' Harriet Harman tells The Independent
Robert Jenrick: Case not 'closed' over minister's approval of controversial development, MPs warnCommons committee says there were 'serious mistakes' in Westferry cases and presents housing secretary with 26 new questions to answer
Coronavirus: 'Inconsistent and discriminatory' lockdown fines must be reviewed, say MPs and campaignersThere is currently no route to appeal fines other than risking prosecution by refusing to pay
Boris Johnson's best route to re-election is to focus on cultural issues in a 'war on woke', research suggestsLabour MPs more liberal than voters on social questions but closer to average views on economy
Priti Patel says Labour ethnic minority MPs who accused her of using heritage are 'racist'MPs accused home secretary of 'gaslighting' victims of racism in comments on her own experiences
Keir Starmer faces down left-wing rebellion amid 'significant disagreement' over Rebecca Long-Bailey sackingMPs call for reinstatement of ex-shadow education secretary amid antisemitism row
Keir Starmer accuses Boris Johnson of giving 'dodgy answers' on child poverty claimBoris Johnson has been "found out" giving dodgy figures to the House of Commons , after the children's commissioner for England branded his claims on child poverty false, Keir Starmer has told MPs.
'Veil of secrecy': Brexit committee says government denying MPs access to key decision-making detailsEuropean Scrutiny Committee writes to Michael Gove demanding transparency on EU/UK Joint Committee
MPs oppose Commons debates on bullying and harassment complaints against themMPs vote by 243 votes to 238 in favour of Labour amendment, which ruled out debating complaints in chamber
MPs mount bid to ban abortion protesters from intimidating women outside clinics'Access to health services should be a fundamental human right that can be exercised without fear of intimidation for all,' says Labour's Rupa Huq
Coronavirus: Top civil servant denies discharging 25,000 untested hospital patients into care homes 'high risk and wrong''We believe that we took the right decision based on the right clinical evidence at the time', MPs are told
Rule that forces migrant workers to choose between 'financial ruin' or risking their lives to work during pandemic must be scrapped, say MPsNRPF policy forcing thousands of people to make 'invidious' choices during crisis, says cross-party group
Israel set to have record number of openly gay MPsA sixth MP from the LGBTQ community will take his seat following a number of resignations.
Boris Johnson told 'absolutely critical' to engage more with backbench Tories after series of U-turnsTreasurer of 1922 committee of Tory backbenchers says it's 'absolutely critical' for PM to engage with MPs
Boris Johnson faces fresh questions over 'publicity stunt' merger of overseas aid department into foreign officeExclusive: MPs call for answers over plans to merge department for international development into the foreign office
Racism 'alive and kicking in UK police forces,' MPs toldCampaigners call for action more than two decades after UK policing was found to be institutionally racist
Free school meal vouchers scheme in trouble as key supermarkets excluded, MPs warnGavin Williamson under fire again as Aldi, Lidl and Co-op shut out - despite being stores that poorer families 'rely on'
Boris Johnson said colonialism in Africa should never have ended and dismissed Britain's role in slaveryMPs call on prime minister to explain whether he still believes 'the problem is not that we were once in charge, but that we are not in charge any more'
British Airways' treatment of staff 'a disgrace', say MPsMPs say the airline's planned job cuts are a "calculated attempt to take advantage" of the virus crisis.
Three quarters of restaurants, hotels and pubs could go bust if two-metre rule not scrapped, MPs warnMinisters say the social distancing limit under constant review
Birmingham inmate 'threatened to kill PM and eat Theresa May'Rakeem Malik sent threats to Boris Johnson and other MPs on behalf of "Jihadis of England".
Matt Hancock accuses ethnic minority MPs of 'identity politics' in Black Lives Matter row61 ethnic minority MPs had written to Home Secretary Priti Patel asking her not to 'silence or impede on the feeling that other minority groups may face'
Coronavirus: Boris Johnson 'to scrap two-metre distancing rule in bid to reopen schools'Reports come as prime minister faces pressure from Tory MPs to axe current rules in bid to boost economy
'Earlier lockdown would have halved UK death toll'Former government adviser Prof Neil Ferguson was giving evidence to a committee of MPs.
Black female MPs condemn racist abuse and death threats they have received for supporting George Floyd protestsAttacks a 'reminder of why demonstrations had to happen in the first place', says Bell Ribeiro-Addy
Brexit: UK borders still not ready for leaving single market at end of year, MPs toldGovernment hasn't given business what it needs to prepare as deadline looms
Education secretary 'ignoring' warnings that poor and ethnic minority pupils will suffer when predicted grades replace examsRunnymede Trust says under-fire Gavin Williamson was alerted in April, telling MPs: 'We still haven't had a response'
Plans for all primary school pupils in England to return before summer look set to be abandonedEducation secretary Gavin Williamson will update MPs on Tuesday
UK politics news – live: Boris Johnson 'considers June reopening for pubs' and Rees-Mogg warned he must resign if MPs catch Covid-19Follow all the latest developments
Johnson faces backlash over plans for 'quickie' divorces expected to come into force as early as next monthTory MPs reportedly concerned biggest reforms in half a century could cause spike in break ups during lockdown
Florence Eshalomi: Black MP mistaken for colleagues condemns racismFlorence Eshalomi says the frequency she is confused with black female MPs is "worrying".
George Floyd protests: MPs launch UK police racism inquiry as officers warn against joining weekend demonstrationsHome Affairs Committee to examine use of force, stop and search and disproportionate coronavirus fines
Turkey jails three MPs stripped of parliamentary statusTurkey jailed three opposition lawmakers late on Thursday after parliament stripped them of their status as deputies, their two parties said, a move criticised by the country's Western allies and..
'Reckless doesn't begin to describe it': MPs furious as Alok Sharma tested for coronavirus after return to Parliament'They must now rectify this serious mistake and reintroduce hybrid proceedings without delay'
UK politics news - live: Alok Sharma tested for coronavirus after MPs forced to return to Westminster despite social distancing concernsFollow all the latest developments
Keir Starmer says 1km queue of MPs was 'shameful' and breached equalities actSir Keir Starmer has said scenes of MPs queueing around the parliamentary estate to vote was "shameful" and claimed it was a clear case of indirect discrimination under the Equalities Act.
China trying to use Huawei to 'drive a wedge' between US and UK, senator tells MPsSenior Republican warns US forces in UK would be at serious risk due to 5G network plans
'This is how infections spread': MPs criticise chaotic voting scenes in House of CommonsSenior Conservative MPs have criticised the government's decision to make MPs cast their votes in person, amid chaotic scenes in the House of Commons.
Coronavirus: Senior Tories join revolt to save remote parliament to stop older and sick MPs losing 'right to vote'Jacob Rees-Mogg will attempt to ram through return of physical voting - despite failing to propose safe method for doing so
Boris Johnson news - live: Keir Starmer says Dominic Cummings row has 'undermined' public health as over 60 Tory MPs publicly criticise PM's top aideFollow the latest updates
Minister unable to confirm when schools will reopen until Thursday, MPs hear despite Boris Johnson some pupils would return next weekSchools minister says final decision will not be taken until the latest scientific advice taken into account
Dominic Cummings: Cabinet minister says everyone should 'move on' from lockdown rowAttempt to douse public outrage comes as PM set to face grilling by senior MPs
Coronavirus news you may have missed overnight: Tory MPs challenge Johnson over Cummings lockdown breaches as government backtracks on childcare fines reviewRow over Dominic Cummings lockdown breaches continues to dominate headlines in UK
UK politics news - live: Boris Johnson to be questioned by MPs amid Dominic Cummings row as Conservatives suffer biggest sudden poll slump in decadeFollow the latest updates
Johnson to face senior MPs amid aide rowThe PM will be questioned by the Liaison Committee as critics call for his chief adviser to resign.
Coronavirus: Dominic Cummings to make statement on lockdown allegationsThe PM's chief aide is facing calls from the opposition and some Tory MPs to resign over claims he flouted rules.
Coronavirus news you may have missed overnight as Tory MPs turn on Cummings and schools to reopen despite serious concernUK focuses on prime minister's senior aide, while Japan and Greece announce easing of some lockdown measures
UK politics news – live: Boris Johnson facing party revolt from 'livid' Tory MPs as Keir Starmer says PM has 'insulted sacrifices made by British people'Follow the latest updates as the Dominic Cummings scandal unfolds