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King Charles' coronation will be "practical and sensible"—Jeffrey Archer
Acclaimed author and former politician Jeffrey Archer tells Newsweek if Charles' coronation is "done properly it will be a benefit rather than a hindrance."
How Does a No-Confidence Vote Work? Boris Johnson in Leadership Contest
In order for a no-confidence vote to be passed, more than 180 lawmakers would have to vote "no confidence" in the prime minister.
Trudeau Defends Use of Emergencies Act, Says Another Trucker Protest Looms
"The situation is still fragile, the state of emergency is still there," the Canadian prime minister said Monday.
British PM's New COVID Rules Set Off Backlash From His Conservative Party
The new mandates were economically damaging and limited individual freedoms, argued many Conservatives legislators, with one calling them "a slippery slope."
UK Parliament Bans Babies From Chambers After Lawmaker Brings Newborn
"Mothers in the mother of all parliament are not to be seen or heard it seems," said Labour MP Stella Creasy.
China Hosting Winter Olympics Compared to Appeasing Hitler by Lawmaker
The British parliamentary committee issued a report calling for the boycott to pressure China to "end its persecution" of the minority Muslim group.
Canada to Hold Emergency Islamophobia Summit in Wake of Deadly Hate Crime
Members of Parliament unanimously passed a motion from the New Democratic Party in the House of Commons on Friday, less than a week after a driver mounted a sidewalk and plowed into a family on a walk in London, Ontario.
Lawmaker Previously Caught Naked Urinates on Camera During Proceedings
William Amos has stepped down from his committee positions and role as parliamentary secretary to the minister of innovation, science and industry.
Former British Politician and Army Major Avoids Jail for Child Sex Offense
A movie file found on a device belonging to Eric Joyce was a "category A image", the most severe category of indecency.
Green Party Increases Vote Numbers in U.K. Election By Over 60 Percent
"This was a breakthrough election for the climate emergency and the collapse of our natural world," Natalie Bennett, a Green Party peer and former leader, said.
Churchill's Grandson Gives Emotional Speech after Expulsion from Party
Sir Nicholas Soames, a former defense minister and 36-year veteran of the House of Commons, was among 21 lawmakers expelled from the Conservative Party over Brexit.
U.K. Threatens House Of Lords Over Brexit Bill
The majority of Lords were in favor of remaining in the EU before the Brexit referendum.
U.K. MPs Demand Tougher Laws Against Sexist Dress Codes
The House of Commons heard one black woman was told to relax her hair.
Maximum U.K. Prison Term for Stalking to Be Doubled
The Ministry of Justice is planning to up the sentence to either 10 or 14 years.
Murdoch Executives Lied in Phone-Hacking Investigation
Colin Myler and Tom Chrone face sanctions from UK Parliament after being found in contempt of House of Commons.
BBC Should Reveal Star Salaries Over £143,000, MPs Say
The move could affect some of the corporation's biggest names.
Good Parliament Report: U.K. Needs More Diverse Commons
The report makes 43 recommendations for a more diverse and inclusive U.K. parliament.
Canadian PM Warns Against Brexit
He said there would be "nothing easy or automatic" about new trade deals.
HMRC Under Fire For Tax Fraud Failings
A report released by the House of Commons' Public Accounts Committee said the authority is not doing enough.
Why Progressives Should Back the War on ISIS
Obama could learn from the passionate argument made by Hillary Benn in the House of Commons.
UK Passes Law to Require Plain Cigarette Packaging in England
The House of Lords passed the bill despite threats of legal action from tobacco companies.
Ukip's Farage Will Step Down If He Fails to Win Seat
Nigel Farage, the leader of the UK Indepedence Party and an MEP since 1999, is running for election in South Thanet.
UK Party Leaders Clash Over TV Debates at Prime Minister's Questions
In a heated exchange, Ed Miliband said David Cameron was making "pathetic, feeble excuses".
British MP Arrested Over Rape Allegation
Conservative MP Mark Pritchard handed himself in to a police station where he was arrested, parliamentary records show