The House is part of the fabric of Westminster. Founded in 1976 by a cross-party group of MPs, we have spent more than 40 years shining a light on events in Parliament.
Written primarily by Parliamentarians, with an MP as editor and a cross-party editorial board, The House is closer than any other publication to the most powerful people in UK politics.
Our print magazine – published weekly when Parliament is in session – is renowned as an impartial source of Westminster news and insight, featuring a mix of exclusive interviews, debates, intel and expert policy analysis.
The House Live is an extension of that legacy. Combining live updates from both Houses of Parliament, exclusive interviews and comment from MPs and peers and the latest stakeholder reaction, The House Live aims to establish an effective, ongoing dialogue between Parliamentarians and those working in policy and public affairs.
Civil Service World
Civil Service World provides readers with the intelligence needed to engage effectively across the spheres of politics, public sector administration and public affairs. We promote impartiality, transparency and integrity. We take pride in the work we do to encourage political engagement and understanding. We provide comprehensive and trusted reference and ensure our readers get the intelligence they need and the engagement opportunities to turn information into results.Our journalists cover the latest breaking news, bringing high quality content and analysis trends beyond the immediate headlines.
PoliticsHome delivers fast, comprehensive, objective journalism based on the connections and trust we’ve built up with politicians, officials and experts from across the political spectrum. Building on the four-decade legacy of Parliament’s in-house magazine, The House Live adds agenda-setting interviews, debates, intelligence and expert policy analysis - making us the go-to place to engage with the people who matter in British politics.
Informed, impartial and respected, we deliver up-to-the-minute reporting, analysis, opinion and interviews through a range of channels, including our popular daily bulletins and weekly podcast. PoliticsHome is an indispensable information source for the most influential people in UK politics - including Cabinet ministers, MPs, peers, senior civil servants and Westminster journalists.