Oh, this is just how we do things.
Intimidating, archaic, crumbling. The building that houses MPs is part of the problem when they abuse their power.
Katie Hopkins entering the Celebrity Big Brother house in 2015.
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MPs come in for a lot of abuse online. But who are the haters and is the media partly to blame for the way it reports politics?
The clock is ticking.
What the Bill proposes and why it is so controversial.
The prime minister has suspended the whip from Anne Marie Morris, but she can't be dismissed as an MP for her remarks.
What is Westminster doing to MPs’ wellbeing?
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Workplaces stresses and the weight of great expectations take a toll on well-being.
Disabled campaigners take to the streets of London to demand rights in 1995.
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New research has found the UK parliament is fraught with institutionalised ableism
Preparing for the Kaufman show, AKA the Culture, Media and Sport Committee.
The House of Commons' longest-serving MP has died, aged 86.
The past year has seen more parliamentarians take the 'Chiltern Hundreds' than at any time since the 1970s.
After one meeting with this rising Labour star, we were already talking about her leadership potential.
Parliamentary leaders travelled to Jo Cox’s constituency to lay flowers.
Voters and MPs alike describe constituency work as the most important part of the job.
Constituents pay tribute to Jo Cox.
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Jo Cox was killed doing such a vital part of an MP's job.
Here was an MP who dedicated herself to improving the world – focusing particularly on Syria. She had the right priorities.
Jo Cox, who died after a shooting in her constituency on June 16.
The popular Labour MP died serving her local constituents at her surgery – a vital part of any MP's job.
Hard to port for the good ship Labour.
Labour Party HQ is on red alert. The election of Jeremy Corbyn as Labour leader is seen as a real and dangerous prospect by the majority of the Parliamentary Labour Party. Countless party grandees have…
Former prime minister, Edward Heath.
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The former PM is by far the biggest name to get caught up in the paedophile inquiry.