Read Commons publications covering parliamentary standards, accounts, management, standing orders and MPs’ financial interests.
Browse recent and forthcoming business of the House of Commons and House of Lords, including a complete list of bills before Parliament
Access a digest of House of Commons business for a parliamentary session, including statistics on legislation and the work of committees
Read a summary of the work of the House of Commons with information on sitting times, use of procedural instruments and the work of select committees
The House of Commons Sessional Diary records the time spent in the House on different types of business
Check the rules that regulate the way MPs conduct House of Commons public business, including electing the Speaker and powers of committees
Check the rules that regulate the conduct of private business in the House of Commons, including private bill procedure
View reports published by the House of Commons Commission
Find out the costs of running the Houses of Commons
Read the reports on the financial position of the Members’ Fund
View House of Commons expenditure above £25,000
View pay levels of House of Commons Senior Staff
View House of Commons Event & Function Bookings data
Find out about the costs of Christmas trees and decorations
Browse the up to date version of the register of House of Commons Members’ financial interests
View the code of conduct which assists Members in performing their duties as a MP
View the annual reports published by the Parliamentary Commissioner for Standards
Read the reports by which the House makes provision for its spending each year
Read the employment guidance available to Members of Parliament
Read General Committee debates from the beginning of the 2006-07 session.
Read Public Bill Committees debates from the last parliamentary session to 2006. View Standing Committee debates back to 1997.
Deposited papers are placed in either the House of Commons or the House of Lords Library by a minister or the Speaker. The majority of deposited papers are placed by ministers in reply to parliamentary questions.