#Whistleblowing is important source of intelligence, says the Public Account Committee in its latest report
- To say this place needs a spring cleaning is an understate
ment. Indeed the lovely new water cannons would be put to good... use giving the whole of Westminste r a deep clean. Whilst us plebs would face judge and jury for the treason fraud and satanic child abuse that takes place within the halls and corridors of power you lot get colleagues and the secret services to cover for you. I do believe there's some good ones amongst you. Not by far enough though. And not nearly enough speaking out about the paedophile s amongst you. Hang your heads in shame.
- Shane WaltonMother-fac
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Do something about this. Talk to them and get them to stop this nonsense and send no more aid until they set her free.
in Britain fails the many as we have too many career politician s and it seems no one with any real life exper...ience. I vote English democrat because I want my England back and not this uk idea that I feel has held England back for the last 300 years scrap the union with the rest and for once Westminste r put our England first
The House of Lords pauses for summer #recess. Catch up on the latest legislation news and updates on the work of Lords committees as they investigate public policy issues.
Did you know you can combine a tour of the Houses of Parliament with #AfternoonTea taken in the elegant surroundings of the Terrace Pavilion in the House of Commons?
The Speaker’s Commissions on Digital Democracy is is asking for views on its third theme: Representation. This is the final call for contributions before closing on the 31st July. #digitaldemocracy
The 'right to be forgotten' judgement (by the EU Court of Justice) is misguided in principle and unworkable in practice, says the House of Lords Home Affairs, Health and Education EU Sub-Committee in its report. #righttobeforgotten
Today’s report by the House of Lords Comunications Committee finds current laws are sufficient to cover #socialmedia offences
Find out how #committees examine issues in detail, from government policy and proposed new laws, to wider topics like the economy in both the House of Commons and the House of Lords.
Catch up on the inquiry into the economic impact on UK energy policy of shale gas and oil. #fracking
Parliamentary business for the week beginning Monday 28 July 2014
Sham marriage ‘industry’ increasing at an alarming rate. Read the Home Affairs published report on the work of the Immigration Directorates (October-December 2013)
Peers consider international compliance with Universal Declaration of #HumanRights on 24 July 2014
Prime Minister's Questions returns in September. Catch up on #PMQs from previous weeks