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News, views and features on today's stories in Parliament

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Episodes

15/09/2017

9/15/2017
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Mark D'Arcy reports from Westminster.

Duration: 00:24:51


14/09/2017

9/14/2017
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An apology from G4S after the BBC's Panorama programme reveals mistreatment of detainees at one of its immigration centres - Alicia McCarthy reports from Westminster. Also on the programme: a Conservative MP tells the Commons a teacher at his son's school said other pupils should not talk to the boy because his father was a Tory MP; the police pay rise; and Peers warn of a "growing gambling crisis". Editor: Rachel Byrne.

Duration: 00:28:15


13/09/2017

9/13/2017
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Sean Curran reports from Westminster as Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn argue over public sector pay and MPs question the Northern Ireland Secretary on the situation at Stormont.

Duration: 00:28:23


12/09/2017

9/12/2017
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Susan Hulme reports from Westminster where the Government defends its response to Hurricane Irma and refers 21st Century Fox's bid for Sky to a competition regulator inquiry. The Chancellor faces questions from peers in his first appearance of this parliament before a committee and peers challenge ministers over moves to cap the pay of University Vice-Chancellors.

Duration: 00:28:05


11/09/2017

9/11/2017
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Sean Curran reports from Westminster.

Duration: 00:28:03


08/09/2017

9/8/2017
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Mark D'Arcy reports from Westminster as the Lords discuss modern slavery and the age of criminal responsibility and Labour expresses concern about what it calls a parliamentary power grab by the Government.

Duration: 00:24:47


07/09/2017

9/7/2017
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Sean Curran reports from Westminster as MPs begin the debate on the EU Withdrawal Bill - the legislation to end the supremacy of EU law in the UK and to convert all existing EU laws into domestic ones. Also in the programme: reports from the team on the devastation of Hurricane Irma, and on a strong attack on the public relations firm Bell Pottinger by a Labour former cabinet minister in the Lords. And: the doughty MP who got stuck in a lift. Editor: Rachel Byrne.

Duration: 00:28:21


06/09/2017

9/6/2017
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Susan Hulme reports from Westminster on clashes at Prime Minister's Questions over low pay in the public and private sector. The Prime Minister Theresa May accuses Labour of seeking money for "this, that and the other" while the Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn says she managed to find money to secure political support from the Democratic Unionist Party.

Duration: 00:28:12


05/09/2017

9/5/2017
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Sean Curran reports as MPs are told that "concrete progress" has been made in the Brexit talks but that significant differences remain with the EU over the prospect of a divorce bill. North Korea faces condemnation from all sides following its latest test of a nuclear weapon. The Communities Secretary tells the Commons that 165 tower bocks across the UK have failed cladding fire safety tests.

Duration: 00:28:21