Welcome to the UK Parliament Web Archive

We capture, preserve, and make accessible UK Parliament information published on the web. The web archive includes UK Parliament websites and social media dating from 2009 to the present.

This collection of archived web content was selected for preservation by the Parliamentary Archives.

Youth Select Committee

Find out more about the Youth Select Committee, a British Youth Council initiative supported by the House of Commons. http://www.byc.org.uk/uk-work/youth-select-committee

06/05/2015 15:48

#Parliament2015 Tube – The Future

Watch the 12th chapter in our 2015 series of mini-animations, spotlighting different moments from our democratic story. Animations will visit key dates, from Magna Carta to the present day, and are pa...

07/04/2015 15:39

UK Parliament Open Lecture – Churchill and Ireland

On 26 January 2015, Professor Lord Bew delivered a lecture on ‘Churchill and Ireland’ at Queens University Belfast

02/04/2015 15:16

UK Parliament Open Lecture – The role and work of House of Lords Select Committees

On 3 December 2014, Lord Sewel delivered an Open Lecture on ‘The role and work of House of Lords Select Committees’

02/04/2015 14:48

What is LiberTeas?

https://liberteas.co.uk/ On Sunday 14 June at 3pm join the nation in this Magna Carta 800th anniversary year as we sit down to tea, to celebrate, debate and reflect your freedoms and rights. There ar...

02/04/2015 14:25

#Parliament2015 Tube – 1998 Devolution of Power

Watch the 11th chapter in our 2015 series of mini-animations, spotlighting different moments from our democratic story. Animations will visit key dates, from Magna Carta to the present day, and are pa...

31/03/2015 14:48

UK Parliament Open Lecture – Parliament and Peace

On 14 November 2014, Sir Hugh Bayley delivered a lecture on ‘Parliament and Peace’ at the University of York

31/03/2015 11:04

The Art of Remembrance: Bertram Mackennal’s Parliamentary War Memorial by James Ford

This illustrated talk by James Ford will explore the Parliamentary War Memorial and its turbulent history, during which politics, changing artistic concerns and both world wars all left their mark. Th...

30/03/2015 10:51

Oscar Nemon: Churchill’s Sculptor, a talk by Aurelia Young

Watch an Illustrated talk by Aurelia Young about her father, the famous sculptor, Oscar Nemon, whose statue of Winston Churchill stands in the Members’ Lobby of the House of Commons. This talk was hos...

30/03/2015 10:46

Questions from Big Data and Governance: balancing risks and rewards

This is the Q&A session from the Big Data and Governance seminar held in November 2014 to accompany the publication of POST’s Big Data POSTnotes . The seminar discussed the opportunities and challenge...

27/03/2015 11:43

Prime Minister's Questions: 25 March 2015

The Prime Minister, David Cameron, answered questions from MPs in the House of Commons on Wednesday 25 March 2015. To find out more about this week's questions, including links to the transcript, vis...

25/03/2015 14:54

#Parliament2015 Tube – 1969 Representation of the People Act

Watch the 10th chapter in our 2015 series of mini-animations, spotlighting different moments from our democratic story. Animations will visit key dates, from Magna Carta to the present day, and are pa...

24/03/2015 16:51

Justice Committee - Do committees really make a difference?

Sir Alan reflects on some ways in which the Committee has had an impact on policy and practice in the field of justice. He uses as an example of the work the Committee has undertaken on the common law...

20/03/2015 10:23

Justice Committee - How do Select Committees reach agreement?

Using as his main example the work the Justice Committee has undertaken on changes to probation services under the Government’s Transforming Rehabilitation programme, Sir Alan explains how MPs from di...

20/03/2015 10:23

Justice Committee - Rational debate on criminal justice

The prison population is at high levels, political and public debate about penal policy is often about who is toughest on crime, and sending people to prison costs a lot of money. Sir Alan explains h...

20/03/2015 10:22

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