Speaker Mohamad Arif Md Yusof says it is against Parliament rules to raise any issue still being investigated by the police.
Matt Hancock says allowing the suspension of parliament would gon 'against all that people had fought for in World War Two'.
Wee Ka Siong wonders if Pakatan Harapan presidential council has become a rubber stamp.
Theresa May wants to see the Withdrawal Agreement Bill passed into law by publishing its legislation on Friday in order for Brexit to take effect.
Volodymyr Zelensky will hold early elections now that Ukraine's parliament is dissolved.
Prime Minister Theresa May is not giving up on Brexit and will bring the deal back to parliament for consideration by lawmakers in early June.
PM's Question Time to be introduced, and a Ministry Day for each Minister to answer to MPs.
British Prime Minister Theresa May wants a finale over the Brexit deal by having talks with the Labour party and hopes to get it approved by parliament soon.
Dewan Rakyat Speaker Mohamad Ariff Md Yusof says this is in addition to the six parliamentary select committees already in existence.
Liew Vui Keong says the chairman of the parliamentary select committee will be invited to join the Cabinet's MA63 committee.
Government fails to obtain two-thirds majority.
Lawmakers want additional legal guarantees against a 'no-deal' exit happening on April 12.
The BN MP says this in asking that all politicians be given equal treatment if they want to enter schools, adding that he has evidence that some school heads have been warned not to allow in opposition MPs.
PAS' Pengkalan Chepa MP Ahmad Marzuk Shaary is given the boot for refusing to retract word.
The Rembau MP says 1MDB is being used to mask the unfulfilled promises of the PH government.
The Federal Constitution now puts the minimum voting age at 21.
Umno MP says if his use of the word ‘Taliban’ is an insult to Parliament, then Nga Kor Ming is equally guilty.
Lawmakers can now vote on a range of Brexit options, giving parliament a chance to indicate whether it can agree on a deal with closer ties to Brussels, and then try to push the government in that direction.
I'll abide by Tun's decision, says former Sabah Umno leader at the centre of a storm.
Vice-president Xavier Jayakumar says the matter has yet to be brought before the party's political bureau.
May's authority hit an all-time low this week after a series of parliamentary defeats and rebellions.
The House of Commons is expected to vote against a 'no deal' Brexit, although this could still happen on March 29 unless it can agree on what should happen instead.
Lawmakers voted against the prime minister's amended Brexit deal by 391 to 242 as her last-minute talks with EU chiefs to assuage her critics' concerns ultimately proved fruitless.
There is no issue of a no-confidence vote against PM, he tells Dewan Rakyat.