There is no formal system in place to stop MPs’ employees campaigning for them while being paid to do casework. They can even get their hotel bills paid for.
Does the UK or Afghanistan have more women in parliament?
A militant, who Tunisian officials say was one of the gunman in the Bardo Museum attack earlier this month, has been killed by police.
As usual with all things Westminster, the process is quite bizarre.
The group Generation Rent released plans to convert parliament into 364 flats, with the debating chambers turned into swimming pools. MPs and peers would be relocated to Hull.
And he did it all in his cycling lycras.
Warning: Not suitable for children or the easily disturbed.
The Pub Landlord has announced he is standing against Nigel Farage in the Kent constituency of South Thanet. The UKIP leader has laughed it off – but every vote matters.
BuzzFeed News spoke to British adult performers about the Westminster demonstration.
Why do we even pay these people?
Opposition figures say police violated the constitution by dragging one MP from the National Assembly chamber after she accused President Jacob Zuma of corruption.
The recommendations were revealed in a report released today.
NZ Health Minister insists no one has contracted the virus.
“It’s not because I have some pathological dislike of the term. I just don’t like it.”
Kevin Vickers, the man credited with killing the Ottawa terror suspect and preventing further bloodshed, gets a prolonged and thunderous ovation the day after the shooting in the very building that was under attack. Vickers appeared to struggle to hold back tears.
“Am I to understand that there is to be a burqa box now?”
It’s being described as “accidental Renaissance”.
There are some good reasons to think the London mayor will target Uxbridge and South Ruislip.
But he also wants to complete his term as mayor of London until 2016.
Turns out the Parliament complex has an excess of monkeys in it. (And that’s not even counting the ones that’ve been democratically elected to work there.)
He says virtual theft should be treated like real-life theft in the eyes of the law.
The prime minister calls for an end to “bluster and obfuscation” by Russia.
The British prime minister has rejected criticism of the country’s military operation in Gaza.
Regulators confirm they are investigating allegations after MP notifies ministers.
It’s far less interesting than the reshuffle, apparently.
Greg Clark has said he wants the controversial practice to be more widely available on the NHS.
The country’s government wants influence in Britain.