Today in Parliament
Susan Hulme reports from Westminster, as energy ministers are challenged over the removal of subsidies to solar power suppliers. And MPs from all sides of the House call for urgent action to help the UK steel industry.
Susan Hulme reports from Westminster as MPs back Government plans to cut spending on tax credits in the face of opposition from Labour and the SNP. Theresa Villiers says devolution in Northern Ireland is "increasingly dysfunctional" and the Health...
Mark D'Arcy reports as MPs debate controversial proposals that would allow terminally ill people in England and Wales to end their lives. Also tonight, we hear why the creator of Downton Abbey thinks it's time to change the law on hereditary peerages....
Sean Curran reports from Westminster on the emerging political crisis in Northern Ireland.
Susan Hulme reports on the first PMQs since July, and the tributes paid by MPs and Peers to the Queen. Also in the programme: opposition parties join forces to pressure the Government into accepting more people fleeing Syria, and the Foreign Secretary...
Sean Curran and the BBC's parliamentary team report as ministers face pressure to increase the number of refugees they are prepared to take in. Labour says 4,000 a year "is not enough". The Mayor of Calais tells MPs she is "disgusted" by David...
Susan Hulme reports on a dramatic day at Westminster as MPs and peers learn of a drone strike on British jihadists. David Cameron says 20,000 Syrian refugees will be allowed to come to the UK. And the government is defeated in the Commons over Europe....
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