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Questions related to that of a legislative, elected body of Government known as Parliament. Use this with a country tag if asking about a specific country's Parliament

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John Bercow, Speaker of the House of Commons, has voiced his disapproval of any invitation to Donald Trump to speak to a gathering of both Houses of Parliament. He justifies his view citing …
asked Feb 6 '17 by WS2
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It is reported tonight that Dominic Raab, in his campaign to become leader of the Conservative Party, has indicated he would be prepared to prorogue Parliament. Presumably the purpose would be to … prevent Parliament voting against a no-deal Brexit, so that Britain could be taken out of the European Union contrary to Parliament's will. When Charles I did this in 1629, the problem he had was that …
asked Jun 5 by WS2
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Could the conundrum which faces the Government be overcome with support for a bill from the SNP? It is well known that under the Fixed Term Parliaments Act, a motion for a general election requires …
asked Sep 5 by WS2
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There is certainly no provision for anyone other than the elected MP to take his or her seat in the House of Commons. So far as voting is concerned, there have been occasions, at the time of critical …
answered Mar 15 '17 by WS2
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It is being reported in the press today that "rebels" opposed to Brexit "have drawn up an amendment that would allow a motion backed by a minority of 300 MPs to take precedence over government busines …
asked Jan 20 by WS2
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Yes. They have a Register of Lords' Interests similar to the Commons "Register of Members' Interests". It is published on line and you can go to the link I've provided to have a look at it.
answered Mar 8 '17 by WS2
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Were 48 letters put into the 1922 Committee calling for a vote of no-confidence in Boris Johnson as PM, would those members who have lost the whip be allowed to vote?
asked Sep 7 by WS2
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It would seem to me a distinct possibility that if the Tory membership elect a pro-Brexit ERG person as party leader, that the Queen might not call him/her to the Palace. It is a fundamental axiom o …
asked Jun 6 by WS2