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Art in Parliament: Cameron, Blair, suffragettes and Battle of Waterloo
It includes portraits of past prime ministers and pieces commemorating women's suffrage and the Battle of Waterloo.
Former White House adviser tells how David Cameron asked Obama to make Brexit warning.
Former White House adviser Ben Rhodes says David Cameron asked Obama to make Brexit warning.
Samantha Cameron says she was 'terrible at waving'
The former PM's wife has told The Times she found that part of being the PM's wife "bizarre".
PMQs archive: Cameron, Miliband, Blair, Corbyn. Thatcher, May, Hague and Harman
The Speaker, and some leaders, may say they and the public hate the Punch and Judy name calling moments, but then they cannot resist the odd jibe at their rivals.
Prime Minister's Questions has provided some of the most memorable moments in the Commons
Prime Minister's Questions has provided some of the most memorable moments in the Commons

PMQs: Bad politics or democracy at its best?

Prime Minister's Questions has provided some of the most memorable moments in the Commons
From Tony Blair's description of John Major's premiership as "weak, weak, weak" to David Cameron's controversial advice for Angela Eagle to "calm down, dear", Prime Minister's Question's has provided some of the most dramatic moments in the House of Commons. Ahead of the publication of a new book, 'Punch & Judy Politics: An Insiders' Guide to Prime Minister’s Questions', The Westminster Hour has spoken to co-author and former Labour adviser Ayesha Hazarika. She told John Beesley: "If you sanitised it, it would completely change the nature of it. It would make it easier for the politicians and we don't want to have a completely silent parliament like one would imagine in Pyongyang or Beijing. And anything that our political leaders fear so much and hate so much is well worth keeping for democracy."