The House of Commons Chamber
Watch our new film about the House of Commons Chamber, what it does and how it works for people across the UK.
The House of Commons Chamber is recognisable across the world as the place where the UK's Members of Parliament legislate, discuss issues and represent their constituents.
Find out about the people in the Chamber and what they do, how issues are discussed and legislation agreed upon, and how MPs represent citizens from across the UK.
The full film is about 20 minutes in length. You can also watch it as seven separate chapters.
In this chapter of our new film the Serjeant at Arms guides you through the Chamber of the House of Commons
The second chapter of our film looks at what happens in the House of Commons Chamber from those who work there every day
In this chapter we look at some of the conventions and practices that remain an important part of the House of Commons and its work
This chapter looks at the important role of the House of Commons in agreeing the laws that affect everyone in the UK
One of the important roles for MPs is to question and check the Government, its policies and work
Westminster Hall is the second Chamber of the House of Commons which holds debates on national and local issues
Watch the full film about the House of Commons Chamber
Find out more about how you can contact your MP, visit Parliament while it is in session or watch it online in this short chapter