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Why are Parliament on Recess?
With Brexit less than 100 days away and Downing Street intent to deliver Brexit by Halloween ‘by any means necessary’, why is Parliament on recess now, when does parliament normally rise for recess, and what do MPs do while on recess?
Johnson’s New Cabinet Line-up Explained
The Remainers are leaving and the Leavers are remaining. After giving his speech on the steps of No 10, Mr Johnson wasted no time in appointing his Cabinet. In an indication of the sense of purpose at the heart of Johnson’s government, the full Cabinet was appointed within the day.
May’s Final Speech to Parliament Explained
Yesterday Theresa May got to address Parliament for one last time, answering MPs questions during Prime Ministers Questions. In this video, we discuss May's last words to the House including reflecting on her time in office and her thoughts on her successor, Boris Johnson.
Who Will Be in Johnson’s Cabinet?
For the first time in a long while, the expected has happened. Boris Johnson won the second stage of the Conservative leadership race, beating Jeremy Hunt by a rate of 2:1. The question is who will he choose to accompany him in his cabinet?
The Defibrillators (Availability) Bill
Maria Caulfied, MP for Lewes, has revived her Defibrillator Bill, having already failed to go through Parliament during the time of the last General Election.
The Mental Capacity (Ammendment) Bill
Article 5 of the Human Rights Act states that ‘everyone has the right to liberty and security of person’. However, the Mental Capacity Act of 2005 allows for the restriction of an individual’s liberty.
What is This Week in Parliament?
The Offensive Weapons Bill
This week in parliament, the Offensive Weapons Bill was debated in the House of Commons. This Bill is intended to help reduce violent crime through the limitation of access to weapons to minors.