Everything that every Member of Parliament and member of the House of Lords says in Parliament is written down in a book called?
St Stephen's Hall forms part of the grand entrance to the Palace of Westminster and leads off Westminster Hall into Central Lobby. What was this part of the building previously used for, for nearly 300 years?
The House of Commons chamber was rebuilt after the Second World War. Why did Winston Churchill make the decision to use the rubble from the damage to re-build the arch surrounding the chamber doorway?
How many nails and screws were used to build the roof in Westminster Hall?
How often is a general election usually held?
Each face of the clock in the clock tower is made up of 312 pieces of white glass, which is cleaned every few years. How are the clock faces reached to clean them?
Members of the House of Lords are often called Peers. What happens in Peers Lobby?
MPs are often interviewed in Central Lobby by television news programmes. Their cameras are usually only allowed to point one way. What do you think the background is?
The Speaker of the House of Commons has their own chair in the chamber. What is this chair based on?
'Lobbying' means trying to influence people in government. This can be done by visiting Parliament and asking to talk to your MP. Who can lobby their MP?
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