MPs Will Finally Vote Next Week On Introducing Proxy Voting For New Parents
Parliament agreed to introduce proxy voting a year ago, and it could become a reality if MPs vote to allow it on Monday.
Campaigners Say The Government's Domestic Abuse Bill Is "Meaningless" Without More Funding
The government's Domestic Abuse Bill bans cross-examination in family courts, but campaigners says it will only be successful if it comes with adequate funding for dedicated services.
The MP Who Delayed Her C-Section To Vote On The Brexit Deal Has Had A Baby Boy
Labour MP Tulip Siddiq turned up in a wheelchair to vote on Theresa May's Brexit deal and the confidence vote this week.
Theresa May's Government Has Survived A Confidence Vote In Parliament
Tory rebels who sank the Brexit deal on Tuesday rallied to prop up their weakened leader just 24 hours later.
This Heavily Pregnant MP Will Turn Up For A Crucial Vote For The Second Day In A Row
However, Tulip Siddiq, who is due to give birth just hours after Wednesday's confidence vote, has agreed to be "nodded through" by the whips.
Theresa May’s Brexit Deal Has Suffered The Worst Defeat In House Of Commons History
The government was defeated by 432 to 202, a margin of 230.
This Teaching Assistant Says She Has To Quit Her Job Because Of Universal Credit
Katrina Lear-Parkes, a single parent to a 3-year-old, says the way payments are delivered and a lack of flexibility in the system means that she cannot afford to stay in work.
“I Feel Like My Future Has Been Taken Away From Me”: Meet The Young People Hoping To Vote Against Brexit
“I didn’t really have any clue about Brexit until I started to read into it. I realised it could be potentially disastrous, and I thought if I don’t campaign about this it could affect the rest of my life.”
Suspended MP Ivan Lewis Who Was Under Investigation For Sexual Harassment Has Quit The Labour Party
The Bury South MP has said he intends to remain in Parliament as an independent.
A Century After Women Were First Able To Vote, They're Still Facing Discrimination In Democracy
BuzzFeed News spoke to women about barriers to participation on the anniversary of the general election in which equal voting rights were introduced.
This MP Read Out Another Politician's Violent Sexts In The House Of Commons
"She's so cute, so sweet, I can't wait to beat her. Can she take a beating?" Jess Phillips said, quoting Conservative MP Andrew Griffiths, a day after he was allowed back into the party.
Tory MPs Have Voted To Keep Theresa May As Leader
The vote was triggered by MPs writing to the 1922 Committee amid dissatisfaction with May's proposed Brexit deal.
Downing Street Is Hinting That Theresa May Would Step Down Before The Next Election Even If She Wins Confidence Vote
The suggestion from the PM's official spokesperson came as May was desperately trying to persuade Conservative MPs to back her in Wednesday night's vote.
Rotherham Abuse Survivor Sammy Woodhouse Has Told Ministers She Wants Action, Not Sympathy
Woodhouse told BuzzFeed News that she feared the government was just engaged in a "box-ticking exercise" when meeting her.
These British Muslims Say Defining Islamophobia Will Help Defeat It
MPs have defined Islamophobia for the first time, and British Muslims say that knowing exactly what it is will help tackle it — but the government says it doesn't need a definition.
Here Are Some Of Baroness Trumpington's Best Moments
RIP Jean Barker, Britain's most badass baroness.
Here’s The Inside Story Of What’s Really Going On With Labour And Brexit
The Labour party’s official position on Brexit is complex — and behind that, there’s an even more elaborate tapestry of competing interests among different groups of its MPs.