The popular Labour MP died serving her local constituents at her surgery – a vital part of any MP's job.
It's not the bell that needs attention, it's the Elizabeth Tower that houses it and the Great Clock that makes it chime.
The idea that only Parliament should set British laws emerged to protect the people from the King.
Many predicted he'd crumble, but the Labour leader's first budget was at least rousing.
Jeremy Corbyn wants UK politics to be less theatrical – but the Palace of Westminster is the perfect stage for confrontation.
New rules could have a chilling effect on academic freedom of speech.
The government's blanket ban on psychoactive substances is all over the place.
By not only "outing" himself as a poppers user but emphasising their necessity, the Conservative MP for Reigate took a bold step.
The House of Commons' remarkable debate over air strikes really was a spectacle of heroic proportions.
The first debate under principle of English votes for English laws was largely uneventful but foreshadows problems to come.
The upper house has humiliated the government, and now there'll be hell to pay – or will there?
The convention that protects MPs was dealt a blow, but MPs minds may be swayed on what privacy against surveillance the law affords the rest of us.
Armed with a devilish crowdsourcing strategy, Jeremy Corbyn did his best to drain Prime Minister's Questions of its boorish theatricality. Did he succeed?
The circumstances may be unique, but the disgraced peer is part of a wider problem.
Some wild ideas have been put forward for the UK's seat of power over the years.
The Lords has a long history of scandal and this won't be the last.
By making the speakership a political gift of the party in power, Australia is missing a major opportunity for democratic renewal of its parliament.
The government has published its plan on English Votes for English Laws – and is working out a bigger majority for itself in the process.
More women and a great ethnic mix but parliament still doesn't fully reflect the British public.
MPs' responsibilities and freedoms have shifted a lot in recent years – and their job has only gotten more complex.