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2. The Commons has no special place for people to stand when they are speaking
3. There are no desks for the MPs
4. The room is very small, there isn't enough room for all the MPs
Where does Parliament reside in London?
In a large builiding called the Palace of Westminster (popularly known as 'the Houses of Parliament') which is right next to westminster Abbey.
How do MP's address each other?
MP's are forbidden to address one another by name. Al remarks and questions must go 'through the chair'. They speak to each other by saying: 'Mister Speaker, the honourable member for Winchester' or 'my right honourable friend' etc . These rules were originally meant to take the heat out of the debate. Today it lends a touch of formality and gives MP's the feeling they belong to a special group.
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