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Commons backs suspension for MP who ‘undermined’ own apology for bullying

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MPs have voted to approve a one-day suspension for the Conservative MP Daniel Kawczynski after he “undermined” an apology he gave in the Commons for bullying staff. The standards watchdog found that the Shrewsbury MP ...

Los parlamentarios deberían poder llevar bebés a los debates, Commons Speaker dice

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Los parlamentarios deberían poder llevar a sus bebés a los debates parlamentarios., el altavoz de los comunes, Sir Lindsay Hoyle, ha dicho. En una entrevista con el Daily Telegraph, dijo que debería corresponder a la presidencia de ...

‘We need a new commons’: how city life can offer us the vital power of connection

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Durante la pandemia, the nations of the world set about energetically strengthening borders around themselves, and within themselves, as states restricted entry. During the early lockdowns, according to the UNHCR, 168...

Jacob Rees-Mogg faces Commons inquiry over undeclared £6m loans

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The parliamentary commissioner for standards has begun a formal investigation into Jacob Rees-Mogg after a complaint from Labour that he failed to declare that he received £6m in cheap loans from one of his companies....

Veteran objecter: Christopher Chope’s history of dissent in the Commons

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Conservative MPs have turned their ire on a colleague, Christopher Chope, for prolonging the sleaze scandal engulfing the party by blocking the ratification of a report that found another backbencher breached lobbying...

Don’t mention UK’s £400m debt to Iran in Commons, Zaghari-Ratcliffe’s MP told

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A Labour MP has been warned by parliamentary clerks not to make reference in parliament of the UK government’s £400m debt to Iran for fear of prejudicing court proceedings, the MP representing Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliff...

Sunak refuses to commit to wearing mask in crowded Commons

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Rishi Sunak has refused to commit to wearing a mask inside a crowded House of Commons, as a leading government scientific adviser said ministers were mistaken to believe that vaccinations alone would keep Covid levels...

Anger as ministers block ‘fire and rehire’ bill in Commons

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Ministers have scuppered a Commons bill that would have stopped the practice of companies firing staff and then rehiring them on worse pay and conditions, saying that while they opposed such actions, legislation was t...

Threat level against MPs raised to ‘substantial’, Priti Patel tells Commons

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The threat level against MPs has been raised to “substantial”, el secretario del interior, Priti Patel, has told the Commons, with police saying they would now work with MPs to review the security they receive. Patel, haciendo ...

PM to lead Commons tributes to David Amess as family call for unity

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Boris Johnson will lead tributes to Sir David Amess in the House of Commons on Monday as debate rages about how drastically to step up security in the wake of the fatal attack on the Southend MP at his constituency su...

Commons Speaker: We must end the hatred aimed at our MPs

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The Speaker of the House of Commons, Sir Lindsay Hoyle, has demanded “an end to hatred” against MPs and a kinder form of political discourse following the fatal stabbing of Sir David Amess, as evidence mounts of the s...

Javid sorry for Covid losses but says he has not read Commons report in detail

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The health secretary has said he is sorry for the losses that have occurred due to the Covid-19 pandemic, but fell short of apologising for the government’s decision to delay lockdown last March. Sajid Javid’s comment...

Damning Commons Covid report should be seen only as a start

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It might not have been the immediate public inquiry sought by opposition parties and bereaved families, but the landmark joint report into the UK’s handling of Covid proved less toothless than some feared. Published a...

Common’s teenage obsessions: ‘Michael Jordan gave me the shoes off his feet’

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Evergreen Plaza was a place that I would take the bus to go and shop, eat and see movies. It was one of the coolest places on the south side of Chicago because you could get cool clothes and get caramel and cheese pop...

Will Treasury’s aid cuts ‘compromise’ be enough to avert Commons defeat?

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After spending months trying to dodge an embarrassing defeat in the Commons on cutting international aid, the government has sprung a last-minute vote and announced details of a “compromise” with 14 sceptical Tories. ...

Nerves in the Commons as MPs await Boundary Commission report

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Some time before midday on Monday, quite a lot of English MPs will start getting distinctly twitchy. It is then that they will first see the results of a major redrawing of parliamentary boundaries, with a number of s...

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