Every Shrove Tuesday, MPs, lords, and journalists get together and race around Westminster, flipping pancakes for charity. This year, the journalists won.
Politicians have got the green light to vape in Westminster.
Conservative MPs are sent an email every Wednesday morning encouraging them to ask “friendly” questions, a new BBC documentary reveals.
The House of Commons has passed a Bill to let town halls hold prayer sessions. But secularists warned it will just “impose acts of religious worship on councillors”.
Some 29 Conservatives have written about their humble roots in a bid to play down the party’s posh image and win over voters. But that’s still less than 10% of its 303 MPs.
Don’t even think about calling someone a git, guttersnipe, or ignoramus.
Cabinet ministers are being used to attract businesses to attend Lib Dem fundraising events.
He says virtual theft should be treated like real-life theft in the eyes of the law.
Since they don’t have a reputation to protect, there’s no need to think about the consequences.
More than half of the politicians who attend cabinet meetings represent constituencies within commuting distance of London.
Britain’s politicians are now addicted to Twitter. This is how they stumbled onto the service, thanks to the First Tweet website.