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In today’s @DailyMailUK ⁩ I’m stunned to see how little any of this or the transgression of elected MPs'>Labour MPs, Duffield and Kinnock are mentioned by mainstream broadcasters.

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MPs furious about forced return of ‘physical voting’ to Commons

MPs furious about forced return of ‘physical voting’ to Commons

Tory whips used threats to get backbench MPs to support Dominic Cummings, @ShippersUnbound  reports: “‘The whips were saying you will have no future unless you get out there and back him,” said one MP.’

DUP MPs voted in Parliament against the agreement between the UK and EU on post-transition period checks on shipments from England, Wales and Scotland destined for Northern Ireland to protect the EU’s trading standards.

Your regular reminder that some MPs'>Tory MPs insist on speaking like they're on the front line at Rorke's Drift.

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NATIONAL ASSEMBLY RESUMPTION 2020-2021 budget top on agenda as house resumes sittings MPs expected to Okay President Kenyatta’s stimulus plan Jubilee party expected to continue cleanup of rebel members #CitizenWeekend 

Rishi Sunak, the chancellor, is working on an emergency budget statement in an effort to save the economy, after warning MPs last week that two million jobs would be lost unless pubs and restaurants reopened soon

Ending hybrid Parliament could leave MPs with health conditions shut out

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All the MPs who voted against giving nurses a pay rise in 2017

I have welcomed the MPs’ pay cut by 30% for a year. I also think the Rs.25, 000 crores new Parliament building construction should be postponed for a year too.

MPs offered an extra £10,000 each to work from home, coming as a great comfort to nurses wearing bin bags to protect themselves from coronavirus.

All the MPs who voted against giving nurses a pay rise in 2017

Congratulations to Shri @ChouhanShivraj  Ji on taking oath as CM of Madhya Pradesh. He is an able and experienced administrator who is extremely passionate about MP’s development. Best wishes to him for taking the state to new heights of progress.

I would like to specially applaud Home Minister@AmitShah  Ji for lucidly explaining all aspects of the Citizenship (Amendment) Bill, 2019. He also gave elaborate answers to the various points raised by respective MPs during the discussion in the Lok Sabha.

The Citizenship Amendment Act, 2019 was passed by both Houses of Parliament with overwhelming support. Large number of political parties and MPs supported its passage. This Act illustrates India’s centuries old culture of acceptance, harmony, compassion and brotherhood.

A landmark day for India and our nation’s ethos of compassion and brotherhood! Glad that the #CAB2019  has been passed in the #RajyaSabha . Gratitude to all the MPs who voted in favour of the Bill. This Bill will alleviate the suffering of many who faced persecution for years.

Delighted that the Lok Sabha has passed the Citizenship (Amendment) Bill, 2019 after a rich and extensive debate. I thank the various MPs and parties that supported the Bill. This Bill is in line with India’s centuries old ethos of assimilation and belief in humanitarian values.

Interesting that the Government is prepared to get MPs to vote on the same deal three maybe four times until it gets the answer it wants..but asking the people to vote again would appear to be a definite no....

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