Today in Parliament
TiP: Is it the end for the jobsworth?01/23/15
MPs have voted to approve a bill to counter over-enthusiastic local officials who ban things over exaggerated health and safety concerns.
Today in Parliament: 23/01/2015
Mark D'Arcy reports from Westminster.
TiP: May to revamp abuse inquiry within days
The Home Secretary, Theresa May, says she will decide on a new leader and a new structure for the troubled inquiry in historical allegations of child abuse by February.
Today in Parliament: 22/01/2015
Susan Hulme reports from Westminster.
TiP: Clash at PMQs over Chilcot Inquiry
The long delay in the release of the inquiry report into the Iraq war prompts exchanges at Prime Minister's Questions.
Today in Parliament: 21/01/2015
David Cameron faces MPs' anger at delays in publication of the report into the Iraq War.
TiP: Democracy Day Special
Today in Parliament marks the 750th anniversary of the first English parliament with reports from Westminster and assemblies and parliaments around the UK and around the globe
Today in Parliament: Today in Parliament: Democracy Day
Sean Curran and Susan Hulme present a special one-hour edition of Today in Parliament.
The House of Commons votes to allow women bishops to be fast-tracked into the House of Lords.
Today in Parliament: 19/01/2015
Sean Curran reports from Westminster.
TiP: Assisted dying
Peers debate the bill to allow assisted dying for terminally ill people, while the Commons debate whether councils should be allowed to hold prayers during council meetings.
TiP: Personal stories
A row over mobile phone reception; a plea on behalf of people infected with contaminated blood; and why the United States doesn't care for haggis.
TiP: A debate about debates
David Cameron and Ed Miliband accuse each other of 'running scared' over election TV debates; and the Home Secretary says that without increased surveillance powers, lives will be at risk.
TiP: Tony Blair reappears at Westminster
Tony Blair defends the controversial on the run scheme.
TiP: Security Reviewed
The Defence Secretary says security options are "under continuous review" following the attacks in Paris. Peers consider how to make young drivers safer behind the wheel. And a 9 year old explains to MPs why he's against HS2.
TiP: Hospitals, Houses & Immigration
MPs back plans to increase safety and coordinate care in England’s NHS
TiP: Firm collapse inquiry call
MPs press for an inquiry into failed parcel firm, City Link. And there are warnings over the student loan system.
TiP: Health 'political football' at PMQs
The first Prime Minister's Questions of 2015 began with Ed Miliband accusing David Cameron of plunging the NHS into crisis. Mr Cameron insisted Mr Miliband was playing politics with the health service.
TiP: MPs debate anti terror laws
MPs debate terrorism, the rights of children and who drops litter.
TiP: An apology for Xmas rail chaos
The Transport Secretary apologises for Christmas rail chaos, but Labour says he wasn't quick enough off the mark.
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