BRITISH Prime Minister Boris Johnson's government tried to seize the offensive as the House of Commons resumed business on Wednesday, a day after the Supreme Court ruled that Mr Johnson's...

[LONDON] Prime Minister Boris Johnson flew home Wednesday to face a House of Commons filled with hooting and harrumphing lawmakers, as further calls rang out for his resignation, and Parliament...

INDONESIA'S parliament on Tuesday approved changes to a law governing the country's anti-corruption agency, sparking alarm among activists who say revisions that include curbing its freedom to...

[LONDON] A lawyer for the British government told the Supreme Court on Tuesday that if it ruled that Prime Minister Boris Johnson's decision to suspend parliament in the run-up to Brexit was...

OPINION

THE British do not normally have constitutional crises. One reason is that we do not have a constitution - at least not in the normal sense. There is no single text labelled "The United Kingdom...

BRITISH Prime Minister Boris Johnson would win fewer seats than his predecessor Theresa May if an election was held now, based on private polling for his office, a former government adviser said...

PARLIAMENT

MANDATORY insurance for work-related injuries is to provide bigger maximum payouts and cover around 300,000 more workers, under a new law debated in Parliament on Tuesday.

[LONDON] British lawmakers will on Tuesday try to stop Prime Minister Boris Johnson from pursuing what they cast as a calamitous no-deal Brexit, a challenge a senior government source said would...

PARLIAMENT

[SINGAPORE] More than 25 per cent of people with disabilities, aged 15 to 64, are employed, said Minister of State for Manpower Zaqy Mohamad in Parliament on Monday.

THE BOTTOM LINE

YOU could call it a constitutional crisis, and many are doing so. The speaker of the House of Commons has used the expression "constitutional outrage", and some are going further: #stopthecoup is...