Members of Parliament

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78 Documents
DateDescription
29.09.2014Members' Changes of Allegiance
A list of MPs who have changed allegiance from one political party to another or decided to sit as an independent MP
12.09.2014Recall Elections
Recall is a term used to describe a process whereby the electorate can petition to trigger a vote on the suitability of an existing elected representative to continue in office. There is no recall procedure in the UK. The Government introduced the Recall of MPs Bill 2014-15 in the House of Commons on 11 September 2014. This note explains the process of recall as commonly understood and briefly examines its usage in different countries.
09.09.2014Living Former MPs
A list of all known living former Members as at 16/06/2014.
18.07.2014Women in Parliament and Government
Just over one in five Members of Parliament are women. More women were elected in the 2010 General Election than at any previous general election. Prior to 1987 women had never been more than 5% of MPs.
11.06.2014Queen's Speech - proposers and seconders of the Loyal Address since 1900
The task of proposing and seconding the motion on the Loyal Address is regarded as an honour and is given to two government backbenchers.
09.05.2014All-Party Groups
In November 2013, the Committee on Standards recommended changes to the rules on the registration of all-party groups. The Committee's report is scheduled to be debated on 13 May 2014.
17.04.2014Whistleblowing to MPs
Public interest disclosure law now protects whistleblowers that disclose information to Members of Parliament, provided certain conditions are satisfied.
10.04.2014Apologies made to the House of Commons
This list attempts to capture all instances where an apology has been made on the floor of the House of Commons since 1979
07.03.2014Pensions of ministers and senior office holders
This note looks at the pension arrangements for ministers and senior office holders, such as the Prime Minister, Lord Chancellor and Speaker of the House of Commons.
06.03.2014Maiden Speeches since 1979
This list notes all maiden speeches made since 1979.
05.03.2014Women in Public Life, the Professions and the Boardroom
How are women represented in public life, the professions and the boardroom? This note sets out key trends and statistics, covering politics, public appointments, civil servants the judiciary, the NHS, education and leading private sector vocations.
05.03.2014Current Members Related to Other Current or Former Members
MPs who have family members that are are also current or former Members of the House of Commons.
25.02.2014International Women's Day 2014: Background & Statistics
What are the trends for women's equality in the UK and across the globe? This document provides background statistics for International Women's Day 2014, examining international comparisons and UK-specific data. In the UK, women are 51% of the population but only 23% of MPs; 24% of judges and 17% of FTSE 100 Directors.
19.02.2014Repeal of section 141 of the Mental Health Act 1983
In January 2010, the Speaker's Conference on Parliamentary Representation recommended that section 141 of the Mental Health Act 1983 should be repealed. The provision was repealed by the Mental Health Discrimination Act 2013.
18.02.2014House of Commons Members' Fund Bill 2013-14
The House of Commons Members' Fund Bill 2013-14 [Bill 145 of 2013-14] is a private Members' bill. The Bill has been introduced to amend and consolidate provisions relating to the House of Commons Members' Fund.
24.01.2014Ethnic Minorities in Politics and Government
Following the 2010 General Election there were 27 black and minority ethnic MPs, 12 more than before the election, but they make up only 4.2% of all MPs. Therefore the Commons remains disproportionate compared to 12.9% of the UK population from a non-white background.
20.01.2014Parliamentary Private Secretaries to Prime Ministers 1906 - present
This PIL lists Parliamentary Private Secretaries to successive Prime Ministers from 1906.
16.12.2013MPs' Pension Scheme - 2012 onwards
This note provides an overview of MPs' pensions and current proposals for reform. Further detail on the background can be found in SN 01844 MPs Pension Scheme - background
02.08.2013Father of the House: House of Commons Background Paper
The Father of the House is a title that is by tradition bestowed on the senior Member of the House, which is nowadays held to be the Member who has the longest unbroken service in the Commons. This Standard Note discusses the duties associated with the post and its history. It also refers to the opposite title of 'Baby of the House', held by the youngest Member.
18.07.2013Resignation from the House of Commons: House of Commons Background Paper
Under a Resolution of the House of 2 March 1624, Members of Parliament cannot directly resign their seat. The only means by which a Member's seat may be vacated during the lifetime of a Parliament are through death; expulsion by resolution of the House; or disqualification, either by the voiding of the Member's election or through accepting one of a number of offices which are incompatible with membership of the House of Commons. Members who resign in this way may contest the subsequent by-election.
16.07.2013Civil servants' and MPs' salaries
Historically MPs' pay was linked to the salary scales of certain civil service grades. Although this is no longer the case, there is a continued interest in how these rates of pay have moved relative to each other.
15.07.2013MPs who have withdrawn from the House of Commons or who have been suspended
This note lists MPs who have left the Chamber voluntarily, been asked to withdraw (from 1992) or who have been suspended (from 1949).
03.07.2013Background Paper: Women Members of Parliament
This background paper provides a list of all the women who have ever been elected to the House of Commons.
03.07.2013Background Paper: Women in the House of Commons
This background paper provides information on the number female MPs currently sitting in the House of Commons. It also gives a history of the campaigns to give women the vote and to allow them to stand as candidates for election.
10.01.2013MPs Pension Scheme - background
This note provides background on the pension scheme for MPs - the Parliamentary Contributory Pension Fund - and its development to 2011. The current debate on reform of the scheme is covered in SN 6283 MPs pensions - 2012 onwards
18.12.2012All-women shortlists
This note looks at the background to the Sex Discrimination (Election Candidates) Act 2002 which allowed political parties to draw up all-women shortlists of candidates for elections; and its extension. It gives details of Labour candidates selected through all-women shortlists and methods of positive action used by the main political parties to increase the number of women MPs.
10.12.2012The Code of Conduct for Members- recent changes
This Note sets out recent changes to the Code of Conduct for Members and Guide to the Rules relating to the conduct of Members.
05.12.2012MPs and FoI
Freedom of Information and MPs
03.12.2012Appointment of the IPSA Board
A motion for fixed-term appointments to the Board of the Independent Parliamentary Standards Authority of four ordinary members is due to be debated on Tuesday 4 December 2012.
27.11.2012House of Commons Background Paper: Disciplinary and Penal Powers of the House of Commons
This Note provides information on rules covering disciplinary and penal powers of the House of Commons.
26.11.2012The publication of MPs' expenses by IPSA
This Note sets out the background to the information made available by the Commons for Members' allowances paid in the 2005-2010 Parliament. It then outlines IPSA's policy on release of allowances data and the position in the Welsh and Northern Irish Assemblies and the Scottish Parliament.
23.11.2012Mental Health (Discrimination) (No. 2) Bill: Committee Stage Report
This briefing has been prepared for the Report Stage of the Mental Health (Discrimination) (No 2) Bill on 30 November 2012. The Bill is sponsored by Gavin Barwell MP, who was fourth in the 2012-13 ballot for Private Members' Bills.
01.11.2012Data Protection: Constituency Casework
Following the implementation of the Data Protection Act 1998 a number of MPs reported difficulties in carrying out their constituency duties. This note explains the difficulties that arose and describes the functions of the Statutory Instrument designed to resolve these difficulties.
08.05.2012Disclosure of tax returns for public officials and holders of public office
During the campaign for the London mayor in 2012, the two main candidates, Boris Johnson and Ken Livingstone, agreed to release details of their tax returns. The Prime Minister and the Chancellor of the Exchequer have also suggested that the policy could be extended more widely. This Note looks at the arguments for and against so far, and looks at selected international comparisons.
15.03.2012PIL: Total Number of MPs, Peers and Staff
Total Number of MPs, Peers and Staff since 1997
30.01.2012Members and Constituency Etiquette
This note discusses the conventions that have developed as a result of the relationship between individual Members and their constituencies. It covers the issues of constituency casework, raising matters relating to another Member's constituency in the House, and visits and speaking engagements in other constituencies. The Note deals also with the related matter of local precedence.
09.01.2012Speaker's Conference on Parliamentary representation
This standard note provides a summary of the main recommendations of the Speaker's Conference on Parliamentary representation which published its final report in January 2010.
13.12.2011Review of the Parliamentary Standards Act 2009 by the Committee on Members' Expenses
This note provides links to background information relevant to the Committee on Members' Expenses review of the Parliamentary Standards Act 2009.
03.11.2011PIL: MPs and Peers with Dual Mandates
Dual mandate is the term used to describe those MPs and Peers who, in addition to their seat in the United Kingdom Parliament, also hold a seat in the Northern Ireland Assembly (MLAs), the Scottish Parliament (MSPs) or the National Assembly for Wales (AMs).
25.05.2011Parliamentary privilege and qualified privilege
This Note examines the concept of privilege as it applies to Members, staff, and publications of the House, press reports of Parliament, and members of public authorities. It compares qualified privilege with the absolute nature of parliamentary privilege, by examining a number of areas where privilege may be applicable. Apart from quoting the statutory authorities, it does not seek to deal with the wider question of media publications on matters of public interest, which may involve a different kind of qualified privilege
16.05.2011Income tax and Members' expenses
This note sets out the background to and extent of the provisions that applied to Members' allowances administered by the House. It gives details of the changes proposed in the Budget, and enacted in the Finance (No 2) Act 2010.
15.04.2011Members' allowances from April 2011
30.03.2011Members' pay from April 2011
04.02.2011The Independent Parliamentary Standards Authority: operating the Members' Expenses Scheme
This note provides a brief review of the establishment of IPSA and of its role in setting and paying Members' expenses. It also outlines the limited responsibilities of the Government and the House in relation to a body that was expressly established to be independent of both.
19.01.2011PIL: Youngest Members of Parliament
23.12.2010Rectification procedure
This note reviews the origins and evolution of the rectification procedure. It notes how many times it has been used. It sets out John Lyon's proposals to change it. It reports the BBC's coverage of Sir George Young's letter to the Committee on Standards and Privileges. Finally, it outlines the Committee on Standards and Privileges' recommendations, and the House's decisions.
14.12.2010Social background of Members of Parliament
This note provides data on the sex, age, ethnicity and occupational and educational backgrounds of Members of Parliament elected at the 2010 General Election and how this has changed since 1979.
26.11.2010Members' pay and allowances from April 2010
This note sets out the rate of allowances under the House of Commons schemes and the budgets for expenses under the IPSA scheme.
18.10.2010Northern Ireland Assembly Members Bill [Lords]: progress in the Commons
This note charts progress of the Northern Ireland Assembly Members Bill [Lords] in the House of Commons. The Bill completed its passage through the Lords and was introduced in the Commons on 24 February 2010.
28.07.2010The Rules for the Redistribution of Seats- history and reform
The Parliamentary Voting System and Constituencies Bill 2010-11 will introduce new Rules for the Redistribution of Seats. This Note sets out how the current Rules for the Redistributions of Seats in the Commons have evolved from the Speaker's Conference in 1944 and should be read in conjunction with Standard Note 5570 Reducing the size of the House of Commons.
27.07.2010The Parliamentary Ombudsman and the MP filter
This Note sets out the role of the MP in referring complaints to the Parliamentary Ombudsman and refers to other relevant Library Standard Notes.
10.06.2010The establishment of the Independent Parliamentary Standards Authority
This note briefly describes the background to the decision to create the Independent Parliamentary Standards Authority (IPSA) and a Commissioner for Parliamentary Investigations. It then outlines the functions given to IPSA and to the Commissioner for Parliamentary Investigations by the Parliamentary Standards Act 2009. It also sets out the steps taken in establishing IPSA, including the appointment of the Speaker's Committee and the Chair of IPSA, Sir Ian Kennedy.
25.02.2010Communications Expenditure
This Note looks at the background of the Communications Allowance.
10.02.2010Parliamentary privilege and individual Members
This Note reviews the operation of parliamentary privilege with respect to individual Members. It refers to the Joint Committee on Parliamentary Privilege, which reported in 1999. Library Standard Note 2024 Parliamentary Privilege and Qualified Privilege covers the question of the treatment in law of Members' constituency correspondence.
09.02.2010Reassessment of past ACA claims
This note provides a brief overview of the establishment and role of the group charged with reassessing past claims made under the Additional Costs Allowance.
17.12.2009Donations to Members of Parliament
From 1 July 2009 Members no longer have to report certain donations to both the Electoral Commission and Registrar of Members' Interests. The Note examines the history behind this dual requirement enacted in the Political Parties, Election and Referendums Act 2000 (PPERA). Section 59 of the Electoral Administration Act 2006 provided for dual registration to end, but implementation of this provision was delayed until July 2009. The Note also sets out the new limits on donations which have to be declared by Members, enacted in the Political Parties and Elections Act 2009.
14.12.2009Committee on Standards in Public Life's Review of Members' Allowances
This note briefly reviews the background to the CSPL inquiry and notes the people from whom it received oral evidence. The note also records the indications that the political parties have given about how they are likely to respond to the CSPL's report.
22.07.2009The parliamentary stages of the Parliamentary Standards Bill
This Note summarises the major amendments made to this Bill during its passage through both Houses. Research Paper 09/61 Parliamentary Standards Bill describes the policy background to the Bill and its content at first reading on 23 June.
22.06.2009MPs' allowances and FoI requests
This Standard Note sets out details of the major FoI requests made to the House of Commons since the introduction of the right to make individual requests in January 2005. It also describes the actions taken by the House of Commons in response to the requests and subsequent decisions by the Information Commissioner, the Information Tribunal and the High Court.
18.06.2009Suggestions for possible changes to the procedure and business of the House- a note by the Clerks
This Standard Note reproduces the text of a letter and accompanying set of suggestions prepared by Robert Rogers, Clerk of Legislation, for circulation to the Leader of the House, Shadow Leaders, Whips, and Chairs of relevant Committees, and those Members intending to stand in the election for Speaker, due to take place on Monday 22 June. It is reproduced in this form for the convenience of other Members.
21.05.2009Members' pay and allowances - a brief history
This note provides a very brief history of the evolution of Members' salaries and the main allowances available to support them in their parliamentary duties.
05.05.2009Members' allowances - the Government's proposals for reform
This note outlines the background to the CSPL inquiry and contrasts the Government's proposals for reforming the allowances' system with the conclusions reached by the MEC in its June 2008 Review of Allowances. It briefly notes some reaction and responses to the Government's proposals and gives details of the current amounts that Members can claim under the allowances.
23.04.2009Reforming Members' allowances - a timeline
This note provides a timeline showing the developments relating to Members' allowances that have followed the Senior Salaries Review Body's Review of parliamentary pay, pensions and allowances 2007.
23.04.2009Members' pay and allowances - arrangements in other parliaments
This Note sets out brief details of the system of pay and allowances in several European and Commonwealth countries, the European Union, and the House of Lords. It also includes information on the employment of relatives by Members of Parliament in other countries.
20.01.2009Members' allowances: decision of 16 July 2008 and the revised Green Book
On 3 July 2008, the House debated the Review of Allowances but on the 16th July the Opposition Day debate revisited the subject of Members' allowances. On 5 August 2008, the Leader and Deputy Leader of the House of Commons published a consultation document on the Audit and Assurance of MPs' Allowances.
19.11.2008Members' salaries - implementing the Baker Review
On 24 January 2008, Members agreed that the 1996 resolution governing their salaries should cease to exist. No mechanism to replace it was considered. Instead, the House agreed with the Government that Sir John Baker, the retiring chairman of the Senior Salaries Review Body (SSRB), should be charged with finding a mechanism that would end the need for Members to vote regularly on their salaries.
14.07.2008Members' pay and allowances - decisions of 3 July 2008
On 3 July 2008, the House of Commons debated a series of motions based on reports from Sir John Baker on their pay, and from the Members Estimate Committee on their allowances, in two separate debates This note briefly sets out the background to the debates, and then reviews the decisions that the House took. The decision taken on Members' home addresses is also set out.
18.06.2008In Brief: Members' pay
This note briefly reviews the background to Sir John Baker's review, outlines his conclusions and the Government's response to them. It does not consider the question of Members' allowances, which are currently being reviewed by the Members Estimate Committee.
02.04.2008Members' allowances - reporting requirements
This note charts the developments in relation to reporting requirements for Members' allowances.
03.03.2008Additional Costs Allowance
This note charts the evolution of the Additional Costs Allowance since its introduction in January 1972.
30.01.2008In brief: Parliamentary pay, pensions and allowances
This Note looks briefly at parliamentary pay, pensions and allowances for MPs.
23.01.2008PIL: Members Imprisonment Since 1979
21.01.2008PIL: Maiden Speeches 1945 - 79
18.01.2008Review of parliamentary pay and allowances 2008
02.02.2006Commons Divisions on the Racial and Religious Hatred Bill
21.05.2003Breastfeeding in parliament
This note discusses the issues raised by breastfeeding in Parliament and recent developments. Comparisons are made with other legislatures. The final section deals with breastfeeding at work.
12.02.2003Bankruptcy and Disqualification
Bankruptcy and Disqualification. By Oonagh Gay and Ruth Winstone. SN/PC/1767.
12.06.2002Parliament and Religious Disabilities
This Note examines the history of religious disabilities (as applied against Roman Catholics, nonconformists, and non-Christian religions) as they affected Ministers of the Crown and Members of the House of Commons and House of Lords, together with the current situation relating to them.
All Research Papers
21 Documents
DateDescription
01.08.2013House of Commons Trends
This paper sets out key statistics about the House of Commons. The aim is to provide comparisons over time, though periods may vary according to relevance and the availability of consistent data. Some are for Parliamentary sessions, some by calendar year and some by financial year. This should be borne in mind when comparing different sets of information.
31.05.2013Members' pay and expenses - current rates from 1 April 2013
This Research Paper reviews recent developments in Members' pay and expenses, and in ministerial salaries. It sets out current rates and provides a summary of expense limits, from 2010/11, under the Independent Parliamentary Standards Authority's MPs' Scheme of Business Costs and Expenses.
10.09.2012Mental Health (Discrimination) (No 2) Bill
This briefing has been prepared for the Second Reading of the Mental Health (Discrimination) (No 2) Bill on 14 September 2012. The Bill is sponsored by Gavin Barwell MP, who was fourth in the 2012-13 ballot for Private Members' Bills.
07.08.2012UK Election Statistics: 1918-2012
This paper presents an overview of results from UK elections since 1918, including elections to the House of Commons, the European Parliament, devolved bodies and local government.
22.05.2012Members' pay and expenses - current rates and a review of developments since 2009
This Research Paper reviews changes in Members' pay and allowances/expenses since 2009.
28.04.2010Members 1979-2010
This paper provides a complete list of all Members who have served in the House of Commons from the General Election of 1979 to the dissolution of Parliament on 12 April 2010. It also provides basic biographical and parliamentary data. The paper is based on data collated from published sources by the House of Commons Library and Information Office. It replaces an earlier version, Research Paper 09/31.
09.03.2010Northern Ireland Assembly Members Bill [HL] [Bill 75 of 2009-10]
The Bill would allow the Northern Ireland Assembly to delegate the authority for determining Assembly Members' salaries and allowances either to an independent body or to the Northern Ireland Assembly Commission. The Bill specifies that an independent body would have to be established by Act of the Assembly, whereas authority could be delegated to the Commission by resolution of the Assembly. The Bill includes provisions to prevent Assembly Members who also sit in the House of Commons or the European Parliament from drawing their Assembly salaries. They would still be entitled to full allowances in connection with each mandate they hold.
25.06.2009Members' Allowances
On 22 January 2009, the House of Commons agreed to a new version of the Green Book, rules on Members' allowances and changes to the audit regime for Members' allowances. The new Green Book came into effect on 1 April 2009. This paper reviews developments that led to the revision of the Green Book; the background to changes made since it was published; and the decision by the Committee on Standards in Public Life to inquire into Members' expenses. See also Research Paper 09/61 which covers the Parliamentary Standards Bill.
25.06.2009Parliamentary Standards Bill. Bill 121 2008-09
The Bill introduces a statutory Independent Parliamentary Standards Authority (IPSA) and Commissioner for Parliamentary Investigations. The IPSA will be responsible for devising a scheme for Members' allowances and for determining claims. The Commissioner will investigate allegations of misuse of allowances and breaches of the financial interest rules. See also Research Paper 09/60, which covers the background to the Government's decision to implement major changes, pending the report from the Committee on Standards in Public Life expected in autumn 2009.
20.04.2009Members since 1979
A complete list of all Members who have served in the House of Commons since the 1979 General Election, together with basic biographical and parliamentary data, correct to 31 March 2009.
31.03.2009Members' pay and the independent review process
This paper reviews the background to the introduction of the new mechanism for determining Members' pay and provides an overview of the developments in Members' pay since salaries were introduced in 1911.
01.04.2008Parliamentary pay, allowances and pensions
09.10.2006Parliamentary pay and allowances
14.06.2005Modernisation of the House of Commons 1997 - 2005
Modernisation of the House of Commons 1997-2005. House of Commons Research paper 05/46.
09.06.2005Parliamentary pay and allowances
18.05.2004Parliamentary pay and allowances
Parliamentary pay and allowances. House of Commons Library Research Paper 04/40. (Replaces Research Paper 03/64).
31.03.2003Parliamentary Questions Debate Contributions and Participation in Commons Divisions
Parliamentary questions; Debate contributions and participation in Commons divisions: statistics for session 2001/02. House of Commons Research Paper 03/32.
14.12.2001The parliamentary oath
The Parliamentary Oath. House of Commons Library Research Paper 01/116.
08.11.2001Members office costs: the new system
Members office costs: the new system. House of Commons Library Research Paper 01/88.
08.11.2001Parliamentary pay, allowances and pensions: the reviews of 2001
Parliamentary pay, allowances and pensions: the reviews of 2001. House of Commons Library Research Paper 01/86.
26.01.2001House of Commons (Removal of Clergy Disqualification) Bill (Bill 34 of 2000/01)
The House of Commons (Removal of Clergy Disqualification) Bill (Bill 34 of 2000/01). House of Commons Library Research Paper 01/11.
All Select Committee Reports
42 Select Committee Reports
DateDescription
14.09.2011Independent Parliamentary Standards Authority.
Public Accounts Committee report [Commons]
12.07.2011Leaks relating to the case of Mr David Laws.
Standards and Privileges Select Committee report [Commons]
12.07.2011John Healey.
Standards and Privileges Select Committee report [Commons]
14.06.2011Former Members sentences to imprisonment.
Standards and Privileges Select Committee report [Commons]
10.05.2011David Laws.
Standards and Privileges Select Committee report [Commons]
29.03.2011Privilege: Hacking of Members' mobile phones.
Standards and Privileges Select Committee report [Commons]
28.03.2011Catering services in the House of Commons.
Administration Select Committee report [Commons]
15.03.2011Mr Harry Cohen - review by Sir Paul Kennedy.
Standards and Privileges Select Committee report [Commons]
01.03.2011Alison Seabeck.
Standards and Privileges Select Committee report [Commons]
01.02.2011Anthony Wright.
Standards and Privileges Select Committee report [Commons]
18.01.2011Registration of income from employment.
Standards and Privileges Select Committee report [Commons]
07.12.2010Sir John Butterfill, Mr Stephen Byers, Ms Patricia Hewitt, Mr Geoff Hoon, Mr Richard Caborn and Mr Adam...
Standards and Privileges Select Committee report [Commons]
16.11.2010Lord Knight of Weymouth.
Standards and Privileges Select Committee report [Commons]
04.11.2010Ms Margaret Moran.
Standards and Privileges Select Committee report [Commons]
02.11.2010Publication of information about complaints against Members of Parliament.
Standards and Privileges Select Committee report [Commons]
02.11.2010Power of the Parliamentary Commissioner for Standards to initiate investigations.
Standards and Privileges Select Committee report [Commons]
19.10.2010Mr Andrew MacKay and Ms Julie Kirkbride.
Standards and Privileges Select Committee report [Commons]
13.10.2010Bill Wiggin.
Standards and Privileges Select Committee report [Commons]
13.10.2010Mr Denis MacShane.
Standards and Privileges Select Committee report [Commons]
14.09.2010Jim Fitzpatrick.
Standards and Privileges Select Committee report [Commons]
14.09.2010Shahid Malik.
Standards and Privileges Select Committee report [Commons]
23.03.2010Mr David Curry.
Standards and Privileges Select Committee report [Commons]
18.03.2010Parliament and the Ombudsman: Further Report, incorporating the Government Response to the Committee's...
Government response. Public Administration Select Committee report [Commons]
16.03.2010John Barrett, Sir Alan Beith, Sir Menzies Campbell, Sandra Gidley, Paul Holmes and Richard Younger-Ross....
Standards and Privileges Select Committee report [Commons]
15.03.2010Police Searches on the Parliamentary Estate.
Issue of Privilege (Police Searches on Parliamentary Estate) Select Committee report [Commons]
15.03.2010Review of past ACA payments: supplementary report.
House of Commons Members Estimate Committee report [Commons]
10.03.2010Rebuilding the House: Implementation of the first report of session 2008-09.
Reform of the House of Commons Select Committee report [Commons]
09.03.2010Alan Keen and Ann Keen.
Standards and Privileges Select Committee report [Commons]
23.02.2010Privilege: John Hemming and Withers LLP.
Standards and Privileges Select Committee report [Commons]
03.02.2010Mrs Anne Main.
Standards and Privileges Select Committee report [Commons]
02.02.2010Review of past ACA payments.
House of Commons Members Estimate Committee report [Commons]
19.01.2010Mr George Osborne.
Standards and Privileges Select Committee report [Commons]
19.01.2010Mr Harry Cohen.
Standards and Privileges Select Committee report [Commons]
06.01.2010Mr Brian Binley.
Standards and Privileges Select Committee report [Commons]
08.12.2009Mr Jeremy Hunt.
Standards and Privileges Select Committee report [Commons]
01.12.2009Mr Stephen Byers.
Standards and Privileges Select Committee report [Commons]
24.11.2009David Tredinnick.
Standards and Privileges Select Committee report [Commons]
12.11.2009Rebuilding the House.
Reform of the House of Commons Select Committee report [Commons]
03.11.2009Mr Alan Duncan MP.
Standards and Privileges Select Committee report [Commons]
27.10.2009Mr Tony McNulty.
Standards and Privileges Select Committee report [Commons]
12.10.2009Jacqui Smith.
Standards and Privileges Select Committee report [Commons]
30.06.2009Legislative scrutiny: Parliamentary Standards Bill.
Human Rights Joint Select Committee report [Commons and Lords]