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Over recent months, Chinese telecommunications and electronics company, Huawei has found itself at the centre of international controversy. There has been growing fear that Huawei’s equipment can or will be used by the Chinese government to spy on other countries. We made a timeline to guide you through the last 16 years of controversy...
How Will Mobile Roaming be Affected by Brexit?
Who is Going to Replace May?
So, Theresa May has announced that she will stand down in the coming days. That leaves a void in the Conservative parties' leadership, so who will replace her?
Wednesday’s Indicative Votes Explained
On the evening of Monday 25th, MPs voted to take control of Parliament's schedule. They plan to use that time to hold a series of indicative votes on Brexit. We explain what indicative votes are and how they could affect the future of Brexit.
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.