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A former Tory minister arrested on allegations of rape will not be suspended from party while police investigate. “These are serious allegations and it is right that they are investigated fully,” a spokesperson for the Conservative whips’ office said. “The whip has not been suspended. This decision will be reviewed once the...
MPs have rejected Boris Johnson’s call for an early election on 12 December. 299 MPs backed the motion for a snap poll, short of the two-thirds majority of 434 votes required for it to pass under the Fixed-term Parliaments Act. While 299 MPs voted for a election: 280 Conservative votes,...
The Commons Speaker has refused a government request to hold a “yes” or “no” vote on its Brexit deal. John Bercow said a motion on the deal had been brought before MPs on Saturday, and it would be “repetitive and disorderly” to debate it again. Saturday’s sitting saw MPs vote...
MPs have voted 322 to 306 to delay Brexit for a second delay. UK PM Boris Johnson says he will put bill on deal to leave EU to MPs next week, in attempt to avoid delay More to come…
Queen Elizabeth II has opened a new session of Parliament today with a speech focusing heavily on criminal justice. The Queen arriving at the Palace of Westminster in a carriage procession and delivering her speech from the throne in the House of Lords, flanked by the Prince of Wales. The Queen delivered...
Today the supreme court gave a historical ruling that the Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s decision to suspend Parliament unlawful, the Supreme Court also declared that “parliament is not prorogued.” This means MPs and peers will be able to sit again. Any laws that did not complete their passage through Parliament...
John Bercow says he will stand down as Commons Speaker at the next election or on 31 October, whichever comes first. Speaking in Parliament, Mr Bercow said his 10-year “tenure” was nearing its end and it had been the “greatest honour and privilege” to serve. If there was no early...
The five-week suspension of Parliament will begin later, after MPs are expected to again reject government calls for a snap election. Opposition MPs confirmed they would not back the push for a 15 October poll, insisting a law blocking a no-deal Brexit must be implemented first. Ministers have called the...
MPs have backed a bill to block a no-deal Brexit, which could trigger Boris Johnson to seek a general election. Opposition MPs and Tory rebels ensured the bill passed its first stage by 329 votes to 300. If it is passed in full, it will force the PM to ask...
A Scottish judge has refused to order a temporary halt to Boris Johnson’s plan to shut down the UK Parliament. A group of 75 parliamentarians were seeking an interim interdict – similar to an injunction – at the Court of Session ahead of a full hearing. Their request was declined...
MPs have voted in favour of a measure that could block efforts by the next prime minister to force through a no-deal Brexit by suspending Parliament. A majority of 41 approved an amendment that blocks suspension between 9 October and 18 December unless a Northern Ireland executive is formed. MPs...
More than 550 calls about bullying and harassment have been made by staff to Parliament helplines in the nine months since they were set up. The figure was confirmed by a lead Commons advisor, Sarah Petit, who told the Women and Equalities Committee 35 investigations had now been launched. The...
İngiltere Parlamentosu Başbakan May’in AB ile vardığı anlaşmayı reddetti İngiltere Parlamentosu, Başbakan Theresa May’in Avrupa Birliği ile vardığı Brexit anlaşmasını 202’ye karşı 432 oyla reddetti. Başbakan May, ana muhalefetteki İşçi Partisi’nin bu akşam güven oylaması talep etmesi durumunda yarın güven oylaması yapılacağını duyurdu. Şimdi ne olacak? Avam Kamarası daha önce...
VICTIMS of the Maraş massacre were commemorated in the UK Parliament on Tuesday, 4 December. The 40th anniversary commemoration was hosted by the British Alevi Federation at the UK Parliament. The Alevi Secretariat and Labour MP Joan Ryan, HDP MP Zeynep Özen, CHP MP Ali Öztunç, British Alevi Federation Chair...
REPUBLICAN People’s Party (CHP) Kahramanmaraş MP Ali Öztunç visited London to attend to the Maraş commemoration event which took place at UK Parliament on Tuesday, 4 December. CHP UK Association organised an event whereby Kahramanmaraş MP Ali Öztunç participated as a speaker. The event took place on Monday, 3 December...
UID UK has hosted an event in UK Parliament on ‘Sustainable stability in Europe – changing equilibrium in Middle East and Turkey’s role on Tuesday, 23 October. During the event, the complex and fragile state of global foreign policies, especially in the Middle East causes states to polarise was discussed....
REPRESENTATIVES of 21 British MPs and Lord Hussein Qurban and the British Alevi Federation participated in the General Assembly of the Alevi Secretariat on Tuesday, 23 October. In the general assembly of the Parliamentary Secretariat, which is inclusive of 22 parliamentarians, made an important decision concerning the Alevi community. Joan...
At 7.37am today a silver car crashed into security barriers outside the Houses of Parliament, injuring two people. Scotland Yard said: “At 07:37hrs today, a car was in collision with barriers outside the Houses of Parliament. “The male driver of the car was detained by officers at the scene. A...