Sir Robert Syms said a longer lockdown will 'undermine' the UK’s ability to fund the NHS.
'They share his undiluted passion for what they consider a strong Brexit. They are wrong,' said the former speaker of the House of Commons.
Peter Bone wants an annual 'United Kingdom Day' on the Friday closest to 23 June, the day the European Union poll was held in 2016.
Recent polling has suggested the public's attitude to immigration has softened - but will this trend continue?
'l have zero sympathy,' said the Ashton-under-Lyne MP after a number of high-profile Tory MPs lost their ministerial posts.
Tom Tugendhat said foreign aid spending decisions should be made with the 'prosperity and happiness' of Brits in mind.
The image demonstrates how Jeremy Corbyn’s “New Clause 2” amendment to Mr Johnson’s Brexit bill was voted down convincingly by the Tories.
Michelle Ballantyne is facing fresh scrutiny for comments made in 2018 when she said 'it is fair that people on benefit cannot have as many children as they like while people who don't claim benefits have to make decisions about the number of children they can have'.
It came just hours after new Commons speaker Sir Lindsay Hoyle said he wanted the House to “have a better image” that is “respected” by the public.
Mr Duncan Smith has been recognised for 'political and public service'.
It’s the first manifestation of the PM's huge Commons majority since his general election victory last week.
The age at which a voter is more likely to support the Tories than Labour has dramatically decreased, according to YouGov.
Boris Johnson’s stunning general election victory means the UK’s departure from the EU is all but guaranteed. It's far from over though.
The 10pm poll suggests a looming disaster for Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn, with the party forecast to win just 191 seats.