RMA0XN7N–Interior of the Commons chamber Houses of Parliament Westminster London England United Kingdom Europe
RM2EKJ91P–Conservative MP Jonathan Gullis who had been set to address the Commons from home during a debate on support for businesses and individuals during the Covid-19 pandemic but was snubbed from making a virtual contribution to Parliament after being judged to be dressed too casually. Picture date: Tuesday February 23, 2021.
RMBFHF0T–Opposition bench in the House of Commons, 1880s. Hand-colored woodcut
RM2AFEWKG–JMW Turner, The Burning of the Houses of Lords and Commons, 16 October 1834, oil on canvas, 1835
RMGG2GFE–The House of Commons in London in 1793, after France declaration of war. William Pitt addressing the House of Commons on the French Declaration of War, 1793 1850 Engraving after the painting by Karl Anton Hickel
RMT394KN–The Speaker presides over debates in the House of Commons, commemorating the destruction of the Commons Chamber by fire in 1834.
RMT96KPY–An alchemist using a crown-shaped bellows to blow the flames of a furnace and heat a glass vessel in which the House of Commons is distilled; satirizing the dissolution of parliament by Pitt. William Pitt the Younger (May 28, 1759 - January 23, 1806) was a prominent British Tory statesman. He became the youngest British prime minister in 1783 at the age of 24. He left office in 1801, but was Prime Minister again from 1804 until his death in 1806.
RMMM3F2M–House of commons. London. 1960
RMH8XX3X–Ackermann The House of Commons, London 1808
RMKWCRG3–President Barack Obama tours the House of Commons Members' Lobby at Parliament in London. Commons Speaker John Bercow, and Lords Speaker Baroness Haymanare his guides. May 25, 2011. (BSLOC 2015 3 220)
RMEXTN97–1870s UK House of Commons Magazine Plate
RMBY84CB–House of Commons stationery letterhead and envelope
RMW60B6N–The House of Commons, c1794. After Karl Anton Hickel (1745-1798). Here we see Prime Minister William Pitt the Younger (1759-1806) addressing the House of Commons in St Stephen's Chapel, since destroyed by fire.
RMCPJ77J–The 'Speaker's' Chair of the Old House of Commons
RMT0HMH6–JMW Turner, The Burning of the Houses of Lords and Commons, painting, c. 1834
RM2K01NF4–Dining room at the House of Commons.
RMERG7XT–Members' Lobby, House of Commons, Parliament, London, UK, c. 1887.
RMBF7WP6–Damage in the House of Commons, London after Fenian bomb attack in January 1885
RMMBFD4A–Water Celebration on the Commons - 1848
RM2JDMC2E–Mps during Prime Minister's Questions in the House of Commons, London.
RMABJM2P–House of Commons in session during the reign of King George II. Hand-colored woodcut
RF2HJTY31–House of Commons. London (1913)
RMHGF9E4–Churchill addressing Parliament in the House of Commons, Ottawa, Canada. Dec 30th. 1941
RMT394M1–British House of Commons chamber at the Palace of Westminster, prior to its destruction during the Second World War. Old House of Commons chamber
RM2E1MCM5–HOUSE OF COMMONS in 1808 by George Cruikshank and others
RMMM3K48–House of Commons. London. 1910
RM2BWBFP1–Ranelagh polo - House of Lords versus House of Commons . 18 June 1927
RME0WW8H–Lady Nancy Astor arrives at House of Commons
RM2ATPHHP–'The day of peril is too late for preparation'. Mr. Churchill, as first Lord of the Admiralty, speaking about naval policy in the House of Commons in 1912. Sir Winston Leonard Spencer-Churchill, 1874 – 1965. British politician, army officer, writer and twice Prime Minister of the United Kingdom.
RMD86N5Y–HOUSE OF COMMONS/1651
RMBY84B7–House of Commons stationery, letterhead and envelope.
RMF4JA11–House of Commons, London, UK
RM2DBHTKR–First meeting of the British House of Commons after the reforms of 1833 (undated photo).
RMW4MN7P–JMW Turner, The Burning of the Houses of Lords and Commons, 16 October 1834, painting, 1834-1835
RMRJN5J0–Illustration showing Interior of the House Of Commons in 1742.
RMERGEN5–The Tea Room, House of Commons, Palace of Westminster, London, UK. Late 19th century illustration.
RMGD6023–The member's lobby, The House of Commons, Westminster Palace, London, England in the 19th century.
RMC2JF5C–Trolley cars near Boston Commons, Boston, Massachusetts
RM2E05F3H–The chamber during the debate in the House of Commons on the EU (Future Relationship) Bill.
RMTB2TBT–William Lenthall, Speaker of the House of Commons, 1600s. Color lithograph from a copy by Thomas Athow in the Bodleian Library
RF2K9TY4K–Portrait of Arthur Onslow, Esq. Speaker of the House of Commons 1747 old print
RFRW40WM–Winston Churchill leaving 11 Downing Street for the House of Commons to deliver his first budget as Chancellor of the Exchequer. 28th April 1925
RMTXGG3R–Bambridge on Trial for Murder by a Committee of the House of Commons
RMWB7NCN–HENRY JOHN TEMPLE - LORD PALMERSTON (1784-1865) addressing the House of Commons
RMMM1TRH–The Commons. Lake Forest. 1950
RM2BWBM91–Ranelagh polo - House of Lords versus House of Commons . 18 June 1927
RME0XJA5–Jeremy Thorpe leaving the House of Commons after his election
RM2M4E5KY–Halftone of a tumult in the House of Commons in the days of Charles I, from an educational publication in 1927. These events led to the Civil War which ended in Charles being tried, condemned, and executed.
RMDR2EG1–COMMONS CIRCA 1840S
RMBY8495–House of Commons stationery letterhead and envelope
RMM67073–Sir Thomas More as Speaker of the House of Commons resisting Wolsey
RM2DBHTMD–'First meeting of the ''Reformed House of Commons'' in London in 1833. Photo after a contemporary painting (undated photo).'
RM2CBXDBW–England, London. The House of Commons during the 72-hour session on the ocassion of the discussion about the Bill, on coercive measures in Ireland. The Members of Parliament supporting the Gladstone government on the one hand, and the supporters of the Irish Land League on the other, led by their leader in Parliament, Mr Parnell. Engraving. La Ilustracion Española y Americana, 1881.
RMRJN9M5–An engraving depicting the lobby of the House of Commons. Dated 19th century
RMERGF5R–The Tea Room, House of Commons, Palace of Westminster, London, UK. Late 19th century illustration.
RMDD79DA–William Pitt the Younger addressing the House of Commons, 1793. Detail of a picture by Anton Hickel.
RMR15YT8–House of Commons lobby in the Victorian era
RMG81P3A–Dr Horace Maybray King, 64, pictured at Westminster following his election as the new Speaker of the House of Commons. The son of a steelworker, he has the distinction of being the first Labour Speaker.
RMAE1WG9–English House of Commons in 1793. Hand-colored woodcut
RF2KE4JBY–VANITY FAIR SPY CARTOON FOLIO. Lobby of House of Commons, by Lib. Politics 1886
RF2BC03KP–Winston Churchill with friend and colleague Brendan Bracken examine the ruined House of Commons. Destroyed by bombs the previous night. 11 May 1941.
RM2A60248–Sir Christopher Yelverton 1536-1612 English Judge and Speaker of the house of commons 1597.
RM2BN69B2–WILLIAM PITT THE YOUNGER (1759-1806) addressing the House of Commons as Prime Minister, about 1793
RMMKJE82–House of Commons 1835
RM2BWB0TT–Cleaning the House of Commons in readiness for the opening of the new session 26 October 1934
RME0XFB2–Winston Churchill holding paper for election for House of Commons
RM2M4E5KK–Halftone of a tumult in the House of Commons in the days of Charles I, from an educational publication in 1927. These events led to the Civil War which ended in Charles being tried, condemned, and executed.
RMG3BBW1–HOUSE OF COMMONS LOBBY
RMBY84A6–House of Commons stationery letterhead and envelope
RFEH0RB5–T. R. Buchanan, House of Commons, England, historical illustration, 1884
RM2DBHT62–Prime Minister Herbert Henry Asquith (standing to the left) announces the so-called Pairsschub (creation of new peers) in the English House of Commons under furious protests from the opposition (drawing).
RM2DA7Y41–The Reformed House of Commons,1833. Painting by Sir George Hayter (1792-1871). Oil on canvas, signed and dated 1833-1843. This painting commemorates the passing of the Great Reform Act in 1832, depicting the first session of the new House of Commons on February 5, 1833 held in St Stephen's Chapel which was destroyed by fire in 1834. National Portrait Gallery. London, England, United Kingdom.
RMF7PG45–House of Commons Official Report of Parliamentary Debates. Dated 1997
RM2A22GMN–1700s- A portrait of Arthur Onslow speaker of the British House of Commons In office from 23 January 1728 – 1761. In this portrait he chats to Sir Robert Walpole whilst Sir Sidney Godolphin is sitting bottom right
RMGF1MA4–Arthur Wellesley Peel, 1st Viscount Peel, 1829 – 1912. British Liberal politician and Speaker of the House of Commons.
RMG0TEKW–John Eliot defending the rights of the House of Commons 1629
RMG700R5–The Prime Minister, waves to bystanders as he drives from Admiralty House London, S.W., on his way to the House of Commons, where he was to make a statement on the Cuban crisis. Parliament reassembled for Prorogation, the ceremony winding up the present session. The Queen will open the new session.
RM2HD3JBG–House of Commons Dining Room, Victorian period
RF2KE4PW2–VANITY FAIR SPY CARTOON Frederic Farrar 'Chaplain to the Commons' Clergy 1891
RMF2B5DK–Winston Churchill arriving at the House of Commons, April 10, 1938. He was one of the speakers to debate Prime Minister Neville
RM2A6024F–Richard Rich, 1st Baron Rich 1496-1567. Speaker of the House of Commons in 1536.
RM2AF0EK2–IRISH HOME RULE Supporters demonstrating in the House of Commons in March 1901
RMMM3K42–Lobby at House of Commons. London. 1910
RM2BWB0WJ–Cleaning the House of Commons in readiness for the opening of the new session 26 October 1934
RME0WX3B–Winston Churchill visits the House of Commons one last time
RMRTY09P–Tommaso I of Savoy, known as the Friend of Commons because of the wide liberties granted to his communes (Aiguebelle, 20 May 1177 - Moncalieri, 1 March 1233) was Count of Savoy and Count of Aosta and Moriana from 1189 to 1233 .
RMDR9B2D–House of Commons 1852
RMR1XHHJ–A man looks at his iPhone which displays the Office of the Leader of the House of Commons logo, while sat at his computer desk (Editorial use only).
RFEH0RAW–C. T. Dyke Acland, House of Commons, England, historical illustration, 1884
RM2DBHTJG–'An exhibition at the London Museum on British parliamentary history shows the seat of Sir Fletcher Norton, Baron Grantley, who was ''Speaker of the House of Commons'' from 1770 to 1780. (undated photo)'
RM2DA7Y46–The Reformed House of Commons,1833. Painting by Sir George Hayter (1792-1871). Oil on canvas, signed and dated 1833-1843. This painting commemorates the passing of the Great Reform Act in 1832, depicting the first session of the new House of Commons on February 5, 1833 held in St Stephen's Chapel which was destroyed by fire in 1834. Detail. Wellington and the Tories. National Portrait Gallery. London, England, United Kingdom.
RMRJN4F7–Illustration showing a sitting of the House of Commons, Parliament, London 1833
RMJX0280–The House of Commons in Session, 1741-42
RMG3E3A4–Henry Bouverie William Brand, 1st Viscount Hampden, 1814 – 1892. British Liberal politician and Speaker of the House of Commons.
RMK6WHXH–House of Commons lobby, Victorian era circa 1843
RMG802Y9–Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher and members of her new Conservative administration at the House of Commons, as they wait to be summoned to the House of Lords to hear the Queen's speech at the State Opening of Parliament. With her are (l-r) Mark Carlisle, Norman St John-Stevas, William Whitelaw, Sir Geoffrey Howe, Sir Keith Joseph, George Younger and Humphrey Atkins.
RM2HD3JBD–House of Commons Dining Room, Victorian period
RMBYX2XH–Houses of Parliament London UK House of Commons
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