1459 Members, 365664 Speeches, 17539 Debates, 13002 Oral Questions, 149177 Written Questions and 4472 Early Day Motions.
Find Members of either House by name, constituency, post code or region. Search questions, both written and oral, and their answers. Find early day motions and review every speech made by every Member from May 2013.
Both the House of Commons and the House of Lords hold debates in which Members discuss government policy, proposed new laws and current issues.
Votes in Parliament are known as divisions. These take place in both the Commons and the Lords: Members physically go into two different areas either side of their debating chambers to register their votes hence the term.
MPs are required to register within 28 days any interest which someone might reasonably consider to influence their actions or words as an MP. The detailed rules, which explain exactly which interests are to be registered, are set out in the Guide to the Rules relating to the conduct of Members.
The Register of Lords' Interests lists every relevant interest registered by Members of the House of Lords in accordance with the Code of Conduct for Members of the House of Lords . The Register is updated every 15 minutes, except during recess.
Browse the makeup of the Houses of Parliament throughout history by selecting any date in the past 40 years. See the changing trends in House membership by gender and party affiliation.