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Starmer 'categorically' denies threatening Commons Speaker over Gaza ceasefire vote
Sir Keir Starmer has "categorically" denied threatening Sir Lindsay Hoyle to select Labour's amendment in the Gaza ceasefire debate in a move that unleashed parliamentary chaos.
Emotional Speaker Sir Lindsay Hoyle says he is 'guilty of looking after MPs' facing 'frightening' threats
An emotional Sir Lindsay Hoyle said he never wants to pick up the phone "to find a friend has been murdered" - as he defended his actions in the Commons on Wednesday.
Speaker changing 'usual ways of parliament' is 'very concerning', says Rishi Sunak
The Speaker changing the "usual ways in which parliament works" was "very concerning", according to the prime minister - who did not say whether he accepted Sir Lindsay Hoyle's apology.
Gaza vote: What happened in the Commons yesterday - and can the Speaker Lindsay Hoyle be sacked?
Raised voices, walk-outs, calls for resignations, even a few tears - it was a hairy day over in parliament on Wednesday and not the usual scenes expected from an opposition day debate.
Exonerating guilty people 'price worth paying' to resolve Post Office scandal, government says
Overturning the convictions of guilty sub-postmasters to exonerate all those unfairly prosecuted due to the Horizon scandal is a "price worth paying", according to the government.