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Make your Mark Reception

The Make your Mark reception was hosted inside the Speaker of the House of Common’s private residence at the Houses of Parliament. The event was hosted by John Bercow MP, Speaker of the House of Commons, alongside Rob Wilson MP, Minster for Civil Society, to celebrate the success of the Make your Mark ballot, exceptional speakers from the debate at the House of Commons in October, and to an ecstasy of excitement and relief: announce the continuation of funding to the UK Youth Parliament until the end of this government in 2020. 464 more words


Order, come to order

Those words are all I hear John Bercow yell, for those who are not familiar with that name, John Bercow is the speaker for the House of Commons. 294 more words


The press and the bedroom

In an interview which focuses on where to locate parliament during the coming major refurbishment, the speaker (of the House of Commons), John Bercow, also took in other subjects, including the tabloid press, in a way that politicians, constrained by party, rarely do. 264 more words


Islamic State releases beheading video featuring Paris attackers, threatens Britain, PM, Tower Bridge and St Paul’s Cathedral in London

Abu Qital al-Faransi and Bilal Hadfi appear in the video, which was shot before the Paris attacks but has now been published

Bilal Hadfi appears in the new video… 331 more words

My meeting with the Speaker of the House of Commons at the Houses of Parliament

Happy New Year lovely people. I hope this year brings you health and happiness. I have been having a break during the Christmas Holidays but I’m back!. 422 more words

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John Bercow, the Speaker of the Commons will earn £150,236

John Bercow, who is currently the Speaker of the Commons has seen a 10% pay rise to £150,236 which is more than what the PM Currently earns with £149,440. 30 more words

British Politics

Our war

We are at war.

After ten hours of rushed and harried debate, in which John Bercow was forced to hold his piss and wound up MPs were caught swearing at each other, our tired and exhausted, and no doubt impatient and frustrated politicians were forced to make a decision as to whether to commit young men, young British men, to fight and possibly die in a war on their behalf. 1,336 more words