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Commons Speaker Sir Lindsay Hoyle has told Sky News he is to call in police after claims that drug abuse is rife in the Houses of Parliament

Justice Secretary Dominic Raab: “But certainly, I think the drift towards continental-style privacy laws, innovated in the courtroom, not by elected lawmakers in the House of Commons, is something that we can and should correct.”

Commons Speaker Sir Lindsay Hoyle is to raise reports of drug misuse in Parliament with the police “as a priority"

Look at these incredible images. “Share Your Struggle 2021” is a public photo competition in India, encouraging the public to upload free, (re)usable photographs and videos related to various struggles, to @Wikimedia  Commons. ? cc @Wikipedia 

House of Commons set to get bill from Liberals changing drug, criminal laws | National Newswatch

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House of Commons set to get bill from Liberals changing drug, criminal laws

The Borders Bill enters its final stage in the Commons this week. It will: ✅Create a faster and fairer system that supports the most vulnerable ✅Stop criminal gangs from profiting from human misery 📲 #NewPlanForImmigration 

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Johnson lied in the Commons again today. It used to be a resigning offence. Having an amoral PM has normalised it with dreadful consequences for democracy which can only begin to be repaired when he and this rotten cabal are gone

I think this is the first time the word ‘lie’ has been permitted in the House of Commons in my 20 years here. I think the House authorities acknowledge that no other word could be found to effectively describe the conduct of the Prime Minister today. Quite a big moment.

This week has left a serious question over Jacob Rees-Mogg’s fitness to continue as Leader of the House of Commons.

"Sit down... you may be the prime minister of this country, but in this House, I'm in charge" Commons Speaker Sir Lindsay Hoyle tells Boris Johnson "it's not 'Leader of the Opposition's Questions'" #PMQs 

I’m afraid the behaviour of most Tory MPs in the Commons is disgraceful. Staff are required to wear masks to protect MPs but most Tory MPs won’t wear masks to protect the staff. I’ve never seen the staff so angry and upset. It’s the disdain….

What incompetence. What failure of governance. Boris Johnson can't blame Theresa May, he can't blame John Major, he can't blame judges, he can't blame civil servants, he can't sack the Cabinet Secretary again. There's only one person responsible - him. Me in the Commons today:

The moment Labour MP Dawn Butler asked to leave House of Commons after refusing to withdraw claims PM Boris Johnson "lied to the House and the country over and over again"

BBC with new Tory at the top scraps one of the few shows that actually goes for the government (and everyone else). Home Secretary brings in new laws to prevent protest. Number 10 new spokeswoman lies about the PM’s lies. Johnson misleads Commons but refuses to correct 1/3

In 1947 India was under no obligation to allow Muslims to settle in India because Partition was, according to Indian Independence Act passed by House of Commons, for a Hindu ruled India and a Muslim ruled Pakistan. Settling in India does not give Muslims any special rights

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