Today in Parliament
TiP: "Disturbing" schools report07/22/14
Ministers say the findings of an inquiry into Birmingham schools is "disturbing". And police officers to face disciplinary hearings in public.
TiP: Flight MH17
The Prime Minister updates MPs on the shooting down of the Malaysia Airlines flight.
Today in Parliament: 21/07/2014
The prime minister updates the Commons on the shooting down of Malaysia Airlines MH17.
TiP: Peers debate Assisted Dying Bill
Demonstrators gathered outside Parliament as peers debated bill for terminally-ill patients in England & Wales to have right to receive medical help to end their own life
Today in Parliament: 18/07/2014
Mark D'Arcy reports as the House of Lords debates assisted dying.
TiP: No amnesty for 'on the runs'
A message to Irish Republicans handed letters saying they were not wanted by police. Fears about the scale of child abuse. A new minister takes questions. And the chief whip and the smallest room.
Today in Parliament: 17/07/2014
Sean Curran reports from Westminster, where he hears a message for 'on the runs'.
TiP: Cameron defends reshuffle at PMQs
Labour press David Cameron over his changes to the Cabinet, while peers are angry about an emergency Bill on the accessing of personal data
Today in Parliament: 16/07/2014
Susan Hulme reports from Westminster.
TiP: Data Bill Vote
Data Bill: MPs rush proposals allowing continued monitoring of phone and internet data through Commons stages in one day.
Today in Parliament: 15/07/2014
Sean Curran reports from Westminster.
TiP: a new magna carta?
Is it time to write down the British Constitution? And it may be the 21st century, but is Westminster female friendly yet?
TiP: Urgent Data Laws Revealed
The Home Secretary warns that police investigations will "go dark" without emergency laws on data access.
TiP: New Laws on strike action?
David Cameron paves the way for new laws - on strike action and on reporting child abuse
TiP: Missing Home Office files
The Home Affairs committee questions a senior civil servant on missing files relating to allegations of paedophile activity at Westminster
TiP: May orders child abuse review
The Home Secretary announces that the head of the children's charity NSPCC is to lead a review of historical child sex abuse allegations.
TiP: More heat on Europe
Eurosceptics try to pin down the PM. How to chuck out your MP. And bedding down for a night in the Commons.
TiP: Calls to speed up internet access
MPs appeal for fast broadband. There's a call for the head of student loans to quit. And Spain gets a roasting over the Rock.
TiP: NHS dominates PMQs
David Cameron and Ed Miliband clash over the state of the NHS and MPs look into the work of academies and free schools
TiP: MPs horrified by murder of Israelis
MPs discuss what the murder of three Israeli teenagers means for the future of the Middle East. And there are calls for action over the selling of 'legal highs'
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