Here is a link to the current Hansard debates in the House of Commons. A calendar appears where you can click on a date, and the record for that day appears. It's tedious reading at best, but you can use your browser search function to find the interesting stuff.
This thread is about posing your own question in the House of Commons. You can pretend you are an elected MP (but not a real one), from any party of your choosing. You can also be a member of the peanut gallery.
You must quote and/or provide a link to a Hansard excerpt (or a previous post) to provide context to your question, and you must ALWAYS end by asking a question, unless of course, you are answering a question.
Thank you in advance, honourable Babble members, for observing these simple rules. I am confident that the debate that follows will set a high standard for respect and decorum.