John Bercow has “categorically” denied ever bullying anyone, criticised the peer who filed a complaint, and attacked the Government for not elevating him to the Lords after his retirement as Commons Speaker.
The Queen has delivered her second Queen’s Speech in as many months – but this time the pomp and pageantry were replaced with a more low-key event.
Boris Johnson has insisted voters have returned “one of the best Parliaments this country has ever produced”, as he rebuffed calls for Scottish independence and appealed for unity.
Horses on one of Britain’s main railway lines look set to prevent a number of MPs from making it in time for the first official meeting of politicians in Parliament since the General Election.
Senior political figures from across the spectrum have paid tribute to Chris Moncrieff, one of the most respected lobby journalists of his generation, who has died at the age of 88.
Boris Johnson has been told to deliver on his Brexit promises or face receiving an unpleasant letter.
MPs will attend Parliament for the first time after the forthcoming General Election on Tuesday December 17.
An MP in New Zealand has sparked conversation on social media by responding to an apparent heckle with the phrase “OK, boomer”.
The shortest parliamentary session in just over 70 years comes to an end on Tuesday, when MPs officially pack up and head off for the General Election campaign.
A foundation set up in the name of murdered MP Jo Cox has attacked the “abhorrent” abuse aimed at female MPs, after four women cited bullying as their reason for standing down from Parliament.
Boris Johnson's hopes of getting Commons backing for his Brexit deal have hit a major stumbling block after MPs voted for an amendment which could force him to seek another delay.
Boris Johnson has been accused of an "abuse of power" after it emerged he intends to ask the Queen to suspend Parliament once again next week.
What happens when an unstoppable force meets an immovable object? Buckle up, because that paradox is set to be tested in autumn when Boris Johnson, the Tory crown prince, goes head-to-head with parliament.
Farming leaders have demanded a post-Brexit immigration system that prioritises "as much free movement as possible" to maintain the vital flow of continental labour for the sector.
Theresa May faced calls to resign from Tory MPs after accepting an EU offer to delay Brexit until Halloween.
MPs have passed a legally binding motion to force Theresa May to seek a Brexit delay until at least June 30.
Labour MPs have called on Jeremy Corbyn to strike a Brexit deal with Theresa May - without demanding a second referendum.
MPs were sent home more than two hours early this afternoon because of a leak from the roof of the House of Commons.
Nicola Sturgeon has warned Jeremy Corbyn not to "sell out" in his Brexit negotiations with Theresa May.
Fishing leaders have warned ministers they "will not be forgiven" if the promises of Brexit are not delivered to the industry.
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.
A north-east MP has been criticised after pictures emerged of him smiling alongside a member of a far-right Spanish party.
Parliament will today "take control" of the Brexit process as MPs debate and vote on a number of alternatives to Theresa May's deal.
Theresa May has warned that Britain will have to endure a “slow Brexit” if MPs continue to oppose her deal and no-deal.
Britain has been handed a Brexit ultimatum by Brussels - agree a deal or leave without one next week.
Brexit campaign group Labour Leave has been fined £8,000 for failing to report donations during the 2016 EU referendum.
Each day, usually at 11am, the prime minister’s official spokesman or his deputy holds a briefing with political journalists in a tucked-away tower room in the Palace of Westminster.
Brexit could be delayed by "up to three months" after MPs backed a proposal to extend negotiations with the EU.
Another roller-coaster day in Westminster and what was achieved?
A delay to Brexit is now "inevitable" after MPs rejected the idea of Britain leaving the EU without a deal.
What is happening with Brexit today?
Theresa May will today give MPs a free vote on leaving the European Union without a deal after her withdrawal agreement was rejected for a second time.