Parliamentary privilege | Topics | tutor2u Politics

Parliamentary privilege grants certain legal immunities for Members of both the House of Commons and House of Lords to allow them to perform their duties without interference from outside of the House. Parliamentary privilege includes freedom of speech and the right of both Houses to regulate their own affairs.

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