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.
Arlene Foster Has Said The DUP Will Definitely Not Be Voting For May's Brexit Deal
The DUP leader said that if the deal gets through parliament, the Northern Irish party will review its confidence-and-supply agreement with the Conservatives.
Dominic Raab Did Not Visit Dover Once During His Time As Brexit Secretary
Before he resigned as Brexit secretary, Raab said he did not realise “the full extent” of how much UK trade relies on the Channel crossing.
Women MPs Are Angry That The Lords Refused To Suspend A Peer Accused Of Sexual Harassment
One MP told colleagues in the Lords that they had "brought shame upon parliament".
Theresa May Has Promoted A Virtually Unknown Minister To Be The Brexit Secretary
Stephen Barclay, a former banker, has been given the top job at DExEU.
We Asked That Guy Who Keeps Shouting "Stop Brexit" Outside Parliament Five Questions
Meet Steve Bray, better known as the "Stop Brexit Man."
Theresa May's Chief Legal Adviser Has Delivered A "Very Stark" Assessment Of Her Brexit Deal
Attorney general Geoffrey Cox is expected by ministers to back the prime minister after telling colleagues it was "mutually uncomfortable" for both the UK and the EU.
These British Women Narrowly Escaped Being Forced Into Marriage As Children. They Say The Government Must Act Now.
A Tory MP has put forward a bill to increase the legal age of marriage to 18, which campaigners say will close a loophole and save girls from forced marriages. Ministers, however, are unlikely to support it.
Sex Workers Say Tinder Is Shutting Down Their Personal Dating Profiles
Soliciting is banned on the app, but sex workers say that even when they make clear they are only using Tinder for dating, their profiles get taken down.
These Are The Forgotten Sex Workers Of The First World War Who Played An Important Role In Soldiers' Lives
In World War I, a "significant minority" of soldiers were having sex while stationed on the front line — but the presence of wartime sex workers who helped rally the troops has been mostly forgotten.
A Woman Who Gave Evidence That The Home Office Was Ordering Families To Take DNA Tests Says Its Apology Is Meaningless
Exclusive: In June, a government minister told a Labour MP that the Home Office wasn't demanding DNA tests. BuzzFeed News has spoken to the woman in his constituency who told him they were.
This Is How Crisis Funding For The Most Vulnerable Has Begun To Disappear
Five years ago the government devolved responsibility for grants and loans to those in financial dire straits to local councils. Now those most in need say they've been left bereft as a result.