The European Children’s Rights Unit at University of Liverpool and Coram are co-organising this event, to be hosted by Lord Russell of Liverpool.
Wednesday 13 September 2017 1500 – 1700 BST… 67 more words
Chris Williamson MP’s ‘Week in Westminster’ video update series has become a regular feature of both his Facebook page and the SKWAWKBOX and this blog encourages every Labour MP to do something similar as a way of engaging with voters and demystifying Parliament. 259 more words
A heathy democracy depends on MP’s being accessible to their constituents and to be fair both of the Conservative MP’s who have represented me in Surrey and Monmouthshire, despite the fact I have never voted for them, have corresponded with me over the years. 821 more words
I couldn’t really care less if people smoke or not, but why is it acceptable for an MP to ask other MPs to break the law, and not just break the law but break the law in the House of Commons. 70 more words
On the first day of my joining the organisation where I currently work, I was briefed on its code of conduct (CoC). Human resources officials handed me a manual containing some ‘dos’ and ‘don’ts’ that an employee is expected to abide by. 934 more words
There was also a break in the ranks of the opposition
New Delhi: A record 99.9 per cent voting was registered in the Presidential polls today- with just three MPs not marking the ballot paper . 211 more words