Boris Johnson’s Brexit deal will return to the Commons for further scrutiny today after he suffered five defeats in the House of Lords.
Calls for a peerage for John Bercow have been pouring in as the outgoing Speaker chairs his final parliamentary session today.
Parliament will be suspended for one week after more than two years continuous sitting - reopening with a Queen's speech on October 14.
MPs across the House called for Parliament to moderate its language in a heated night in the Commons.
MPs will return the benches of the House of Commons this morning after Boris Johnson's prorogation was deemed "void and of no effect".
The president of the Supreme Court, Lady Hale, said the court would rule on the proceedings "as soon as it humanly can".
Robert Jenrick urged ministers who chose not to vote with the government on a bill aimed at preventing a no-deal Brexit to step down.
MPs have been urged to take up yoga to improve their decision-making skills ahead of further key Brexit votes.
Security guards at the Palace of Westminster have called off a 24-hour strike on Wednesday after successful talks with the House of Commons Commission.
MPs will receive a pay rise of 2.7 per cent from April, taking their basic salary for 2019/2020 from £77,379 to £79,468, it has been announced.
Sarah Wootton, the Chief Executive of Dignity in Dying has said that “100 million people worldwide” have access to assisted dying after a terminally-ill man has lost a legal battle over his right to die.
Over 150 young people have signed their names on a campaign bus to protext the Brexit deal and call for a People’s Vote.
The former Brexit Secretary Dominic Raab has described the Prime Minister’s deal as “flawed”, adding that it “suffocates” the opportunities of free trade that Brexit brings.
The Speaker John Bercow has reprimanded a group of MPs for playing football in the House of Commons.
More than 70 Parliamentary staff have written to the senior deputy Speaker of the Lords to protest the peers’ decision to stop the barring of Lord Lester who is accused of sexual harassment.
The senior peer Lord Lester of Herne Hill is facing a suspension from the House of Lords after he was found to have sexually harassed a woman during his parliamentary career.
Lord Peter Hain named Philip Green as the businessman being accused of harassment. But how does parliamentary privilege allow MPs to override the law?
Sir Philip Green has been named in Parliament as the businessman who fought for an injunction over allegations of "sexual harassment and racial abuse".
Theresa May is taking her customary two breaks this summer as parliament goes into recess, but Brexit will be on her mind, says Ross Kempsell
Professor Clare McGlynn of Durham University said there were discrepancies in the law around revenge porn and fake porn, and the new upskirting bill should cover them
Naa'imur Zakariyah Rahman allegedly planned a suicide attack on Parliament and hoped to kill the Prime Minister. He denies the charges
The EU (Withdrawal) bill returns to Commons for crunch votes on amendments tabled by the Lords - and Jeremy Corbyn has some changes of his own
Parliament is set to vote on two amendments, which critics fear could suffocate the free press.
Becca Bland from Standalone UK, a charity for people estranged from their parents, says a law giving grandparents contact rights would not solve family issues
The Lewisham East MP has quite Parliament to join London Mayor Sadiq Khan's team.
'One of the most important amendments of the entire process', says shadow Brexit minister
Millicent Fawcett, the suffragist who fought for women's right to vote in the early 20th century, will join eleven male statues
The Commons Speaker has granted Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn a debate with Theresa May on British military action this afternoon
Prime minister summons ministers to No.10 amid calls for Parliamentary vote on any military action
MP Damian Collins said high profile people usually recognise it's damaging to their reputation to refuse to appear in front of MPs
An investigation by BBC's Newsnight claimed female clerks working for the Commons faced harassment or bullying and suggested that their careers suffered if they complained.
Mike Graham and Katie Perrior spoke to HP Source about a strange toilet sign
The alleged incident took place outside Parliament whilst Ravneet Singh was waiting to meet an MP
Nigel Evans says today is 'judgement day' for Mark Goldring
The package was discovered in a corridor underneath the House Of Commons chamber
HP Source revealed that this week the canteen is serving food from New Zealand
Shadow foreign secretary Emily Thornberry says we need to live in a world of free choice
Baroness Anne Jenkin says some people think Conservatives are 'evil baby-eating monsters'
MP Nicky Morgan thinks the Government needs to release more information about the outcome of Brexit
Lord Adonis has resigned from his position as chairman of the government's Infrastructure Commission
David Lammy tweeted a photo of the letter which is written on a piece of notepad paper
Political commentator Andy McSmith says asking Damian Green to leave really says something about Theresa May
The chairwoman of the committee is Sarah Wollaston, one of the Tory rebels helped defeat the Government on Brexit plans
Julia Hartley-Brewer says this issue is far less significant than Labour would have us believe
David Davis provided redacted documents to the Commons Exiting the EU committee of the economic impact of Brexit
The Labour MP for Kensington attacked the Tories in Parliament, saying 'Grenfell Britain' was their only legacy
The Twitterati did not look favourably on them
The MP for Birmingham Erdington spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer ahead of the Budget's official unveiling by Philip Hammond
Senior allies of the Chancellor have said he can't afford to make a mistake like the self-employed National Insurance contributions