Town centre enterprise zones are one of the options under consideration to help boost Britain’s struggling high streets.
Concerns over the impact of Brexit on Northern Ireland have been dismissed by those “who won’t ever have to live with the consequences”, MPs have heard.
SDLP leader Colum Eastwood has protested against swearing allegiance to the Crown in the Commons.
Sir Lindsay Hoyle has emerged victorious in the election to replace John Bercow as House of Commons Speaker.
Two Labour MPs are contesting the final ballot to replace John Bercow as Commons Speaker.
Sir Lindsay Hoyle emerged as the frontrunner in the contest to replace John Bercow as Commons Speaker, after the first two rounds of voting.
MPs hoping to become the new Speaker sought to distance themselves from John Bercow, in a bid to stamp their own identity on the key Commons role.
MPs are preparing to choose John Bercow’s successor in the first Speaker election in more than a decade.
Boris Johnson MPs have tonight voted 328 to 301 to take control of the Commons agenda in an attempt to prevent the UK crashing out of the EU without a deal on October 31.
MPs have again failed to agree on proposals on the next steps for Brexit.
Theresa May's Brexit plan was resoundingly rejected by MPs for a third time yesterday — opening up the possibility of a lengthy extension to the UK's membership of the EU.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has revealed she is willing to work with Remainer Conservatives as part of a Commons coalition to stop Theresa May’s Brexit plans and prevent the UK crashing out of the EU without a deal.
Scotland’s Rural Economy Secretary Fergus Ewing has accused the UK Government of being intent on stopping direct support payments to farmers “just as quickly as they can get away with it”.
Two of the Osmonds were applauded by MPs as they were introduced to the Commons during Prime Minister’s Questions.
A north-east MP's bill, aimed at helping to stamp out violence against women, has moved a step closer to becoming law.
MPs are today calling on the UK Government to produce a new strategy for carbon capture and storage (CCS) after the last-minute axing of £1billion of funding last year.
“There is no better way of getting pain out than running around screaming down a microphone.”