Today in Parliament
TiP: Angry scenes on the last day of Parliament03/26/15
After an emotional debate, the Government loses the last vote of this Parliament on electing a Speaker.
TiP: One day to go
David Cameron rules out a rise in VAT. Further protests about HS2. And an apology for victims of a contaminated blood scandal
TiP: Osborne On VAT
The Chancellor faces pressure to rule out a VAT rise should the Conservatives win the general election. And the Government announces a defence boost for the Falkland Islands.
TiP: Mission Impossible
David Cameron and Ed Miliband trade words over their record on Europe. And whether or not the Prime Minister is anything like Tom Cruise.
TiP: MPs focus on the housing market
The Communities Secretary says the economic recovery has reached beyond the South East; a look at the back bench business committee; and some farewell advice from a departing MP
TiP: Row continues over TV leaders' debates
The televised leaders debates continue to stir strong feelings among MPs . And there's a plea for compensation for train travellers suffering because of major improvements to a rail terminus.
TiP: Immigration row at PMQs
Ed Miliband accuses the Prime Minister of breaking promises on immigration. David Cameron says he's a man of his word.
TiP: MPs voice anger at failings
MPs condemn the abuse of hundreds of girls in Oxfordshire, maternity failures in Cumbria and the alleged treatment of detainees at Yarl's Wood immigration centre.
TiP: Relocation powers
The government defends its counter-terrorism legislation against Labour claims that stopping relocation powers made it easier for jihadis to travel to Syria.
TiP: International Aid - how much?
TiP: International Aid - how much should Britain spend?
TiP: Savile NHS abuse scandal
A sombre mood in Parliament as MPs digest new reports on the Jimmy Savile abuse scandal.
TiP: Second jobs for Mps
Should Mps be stopped from having second jobs?
TiP: Help and Health
Military personnel are set for Ukraine. 'Three parent babies' get the go-ahead. Doubts about press regulation. And what's to be done for children's teeth?
TiP: Wrangling over HSBC
Shadow Chancellor Ed Balls asks George Osborne when he was first aware of tax avoidance at HSBC. The chancellor tells him it happened on Labour's watch.
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