It comes only six weeks after home secretary Priti Patel said she was looking at making pet theft a more serious offence.
Jacob Rees-Mogg has said 'there is nothing more reassuring than seeing a police officer in uniform when walking the streets' as he addressed the disappearance of Sarah Everard.
One Labour MP said Rees-Mogg’s words were an 'utter disgrace'. Another said they were 'utterly revolting'.
A Labour MP has accused Jacob Rees-Mogg of 'gaslighting' fellow parliamentarians in the ongoing row over virtual participation in House of Commons business.
The leader of the House of Commons was defending the money spent on communications by the vaccine taskforce in order to dispel anti-vax rumours.
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The Commons leader pointed to how nurses and supermarket workers have been going to work throughout the pandemic.
The Commons leader said his child was tested last weekend and the household would quarantine pending the result.
The leader of the House of Commons said he was unable to arrange childcare himself during the coronavirus pandemic.
There are calls for the leader of the House of Commons to resign after the business secretary tested positive for COVID-19.
The leader of the House of Commons has knocked back a plea to introduce a new COVID-19 privacy bill.
When asked whether the government has coronavirus under control, Rees-Mogg said: 'Coughs and sneezes spread diseases.'
A runaway Brexit rollercoaster featuring Boris Johnson and Jacob Rees-Mogg was carried through Lewes.
Mr Bridgen said the Commons leader would have made a "better decision" than authority figures who told residents to stay in Grenfell Tower while it burned.
The rapper called for the MP to resign in a furious Twitter tirade, as he dubbed Jacob Rees-Mogg as "the scummiest".
The Tory MP has come under for saying he would have ignored advice from the fire brigade and fled the tower.
In eleventh-hour Westminster arm-twisting, Mr Johnson’s government was frantically searching for enough votes to get a majority for his deal in the House of Commons.
The Commons Leader hit out at the Speaker's handling of Brexit in a speech at the Conservative Party conference.