The House of Commons Chamber has two sides, the Government sits on one side and the Opposition on the other. Where does the Prime Minister sit?
What are MPs not allowed to take into the House of Commons Chamber?
Why would an MP call for a point of order during a debate?
What name is given to the MPs who encourage other MPs to vote in line with party policy?
What does the term 'giving way' refer to?
The Speaker of the House of Commons cannot be present at every debate, so there are Deputy Speakers in place. How many are there?
There are 650 MPs in Parliament, so when a vote is called it is rare for there to be a tie. What happens in the event of a tie?
What does the Lord Speaker sit on when chairing debates in the House of Lords?
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