Dennis Skinner has been heckling Black Rod during the opening of parliament since the 1980s.
Labour's shadow housing secretary has written to ask about allegations made by BBC Panorama that four ministers ignored warnings that fire safety regulations were inadequate for high-rise residential buildings.
The House of Lords is normally expected to support the manifesto promises of a government, but without a Tory majority that may be off the table.
"I cannot see how anyone in all conscience can take someone on for so long without pay, least of all a member of parliament," Labour MP Justin Madders told BuzzFeed News.
"We have far more in common with each other than things that divide us."
The prime minister was criticised for talking only to police officers and emergency services at the scene of the fire, while Jeremy Corbyn spoke to those who have been left homeless.
While all the pollsters agree that a Tory majority is the likeliest outcome, ICM and BGM have Theresa May's party on 46%, while Survation has it on only 41% – but will they get it right this time?
A van rammed into pedestrians on London Bridge late Saturday, and several people were stabbed nearby, in what police are describing as a terrorist incident. Updates on the attack here.
The prime minister visited Agu Irukwu – who once signed a letter insisting that churches should not "promote the idea that homosexuality is equal to heterosexuality" – on Sunday.
The newspaper printed an advert for an event organised by the Mountain of Fire and Miracles Ministries, whose founder has published prayers aiming to "free" people from "homosexuality, lesbianism, masturbation, [and] prostitution".
The moving images range from song lyrics from Manchester bands, to makeup inspired by Ariana Grande, to drawings of bees – the city's symbol.
By trying to drastically reduce immigration, Theresa May risks putting the country's higher education in danger, senior figures in the sector told BuzzFeed News.
The audience at the launch booed a question about immigration from Channel 5's political editor and cheered when the Morning Star asked Corbyn about the "shockingly biased media".
Speaking at Chatham House on Friday, the Labour leader also insisted that he's not a pacifist and would be prepared to carry out military action "under international law and as a genuine last resort".
Former MP David Ward says he wants to make a point "about Israel and supporters of Israel deciding who should be candidates in British elections".
How do you plan for an election in weeks when it normally takes more than a year? Senior figures from Sky, ITV, and the BBC tell BuzzFeed News how they're making the best of a tricky situation.
The Prime Minister managed to mention her "strong and stable leadership" 57 times in 10 days, but how many times can you type the phrase in one minute?
Jeremy Corbyn with long blonde hair. Child Theresa May. Old Ed Miliband. So wrong. So, so wrong.
Since Theresa May announced there would be an early general election on 8 June, more than 25 MPs (so far) have said they are stepping aside.
Following a petition signed by over 150,000 people to ban compulsory high heels at work, the government has announced that it is working on new guidelines on sexist dress codes.