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UK MPs call for Afghanistan peace deal UK lawmakers: Murdoch not fit to run business Cameron to face MPs over EU veto Murdoch like 'Mafia boss,' says lawmaker   PM: Police waited too long to act  British Prime Minster David Cameron told lawmakers Thursday that the police in London had initially waited too long to arrest rioters British parliament recalled over riots   Parliament grills combative Cameron   Prime Minister said that if he had known then what he knows now, he would not have hired former News of the World editor Andy Coulson Police accused of hacking failures UK lawmakers grill Murdoch, ex-editor   News Corp. magnate Rupert Murdoch and his son, James, said were not to blame in a burgeoning scandal Murdoch summoned over phone hacking  British lawmakers investigating a phone hacking scandal asked Rupert Murdoch, his son James and ex-editor Rebekah Brooks to testify UK police to be quizzed on hacking 'Discriminatory' royal law may be changed Queen opens British Parliament UK troops 'given too many tasks' Lawmakers elect new speaker Speaker quits 'for sake of unity'  Michael Martin has told MPs he intends to stand down, so becoming the first Commons Speaker to be forced out of office for 300 years Key lawmaker in expenses scandal  A minister has lost his job in a furor over expenses claimed by lawmakers and two others have been cast out from their party UK lawmakers meet with militant groups Government's terror bill passed  The marathon debate over new proposals has finally ended after more than 30 hours   Weapons criticis blast Blair  Blair said that claims the government doctored a dossier on weapons of mass destruction were 'completely untrue' Parliament backs Iraq war Blair: Iraq weapons threat growing First woman member admitted to British House of Lords
UK Parliament gives government power to begin Brexit UK parliament votes in favor of starting Brexit process   Theresa May commits to Brexit vote in UK Parliament  British Prime Minister Theresa May committed to placing a final Brexit deal to a vote in both houses of the UK parliament   MPs attack Cameron over Libya 'collapse'  A UK parliamentary report has severely criticised the intervention by Britain and France that led to the overthrow of Muammar Gaddafi in 201...   MPs authorise UK action against Islamic State  MPs have overwhelmingly backed UK air strikes against so-called Islamic State, by 397 votes to 223, after an impassioned 10-hour Commons deb... EU referendum: MPs support plan for say on Europe  MPs have overwhelmingly backed plans for a referendum on the UK's membership of the European Union VE Day 70th anniversary marked with events across Europe MPs say yes to three-person babies British Parliament approves airstrikes in Iraq   UK MPs vote against Syria action

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  British MPs have voted to reject possible military action against the Assad regime in Syria to deter the use of chemical weapons

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Mar. 2, 1922
  Lady Rhondda was determined to take her fatherís seat in the Lords and based her claim on the Sex Disqualification Act 1919

Dec. 1, 1919
  Viscountess Astor was an American-born English socialite who made a second marriage to Waldorf Astor as a young woman in England
Mar. 17, 1766 Parliament repeals Stamp Act Map of Parliament United Kingdom
  The Stamp Act 1765 was a direct tax imposed by the British Parliament on the colonies of British America
Jun. 12, 1701 Act of Settlement of Succession to English  Settled the succession to the English and Irish crowns and thrones on the Electress Sophia of Hanover and her non-Roman Catholic heirs May. 27, 1679 Habeas Corpus Act becomes law Map of Parliament United Kingdom  Act of the Parliament to define and strengthen the prerogative to force the courts to examine the lawfulness of a prisoner's detention Mar. 16, 1660 Long Parliament dissolved  The Long Parliament of England, after the fiasco of the Short Parliament, was established to pass financial bills, following the Bishops' Wars Nov. 3, 1640 Long Parliament assembled Map of Parliament United Kingdom  After the fiasco of the Short Parliament followed its 12 years abeyance, was established to pass financial bills, following the Bishops' Wars Dec. 18, 1621 The Great Protestation of the House of Commons  A declaration reaffirming their right to freedom of speech in the face of King James' belief that they had no right to debate foreign policy Jan. 20, 1265 First meeting of House of Commons Map of Parliament United Kingdom
  The first parliament to invite representatives of the major towns was Montfort's Parliament in 1265
Jan. 20, 1265 Burgesses summoned to Parliament Map of Parliament United Kingdom  Simon de Montfort's parliament of 1265 is referred to as the first English parliament, because of its inclusion of both the knights and the burgesse

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