Today in Parliament
TiP: Green light for air strikes09/26/14
By a big majority, MPs back bombing raids in Iraq against militants of Islamic State.
TiP: International development and Ian Paisley.
How much should we spend on international development? And the house pays tribute to the late Dr. Ian Paisley.
TiP: No change in British policy towards IS militants
MPs follow up President Obama's threat of air strikes against Islamic State militants....and are environmental taxes benefiting British industry
TiP: 'We want you to stay!’
Passionate appeals to the people of Scotland. Bitter exchanges with officials after the Rotherham child abuse scandal. And how Boris Johnson plans to clear the air.
TiP: Rotherham scandal
MPs on the Home Affairs Committee quiz officials from Rotherham on what they knew about the mass sexual exploitation of children in the town.
TiP: The future of Scotland weighs heavily on MPs minds
MPs have been weighing up the future of the United Kingdom and asking if firms from the private sector should continue doing contract work for the government
TiP: Coalition split in vote
Mark D’Arcy reports from Westminster as Labour joins forces with the Liberal Democrats to defeat the Conservatives in a House of Commons showdown for the coalition partners.
TiP: Air Strikes Against IS raised
MPs press ministers over potential for UK air strikes against Islamic state extremists... and Commons hears calls for ban on pet shop sales of puppies & kittens
TiP: Anger at IS terrorists
Politicians unite in their condemnation of Islamic State terrorists.
TiP: MPs debate abuse scandal
MPs probe the Rotherham sex abuse scandal, the search of Sir Cliff Richard's home and allegations of extremism in Birmigham schools.
TiP: Passports crackdown on jihadists
The Prime Minister has set out new powers to allow border police to seize the passports of Britons suspected of trying to join militant groups overseas.
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