MPs and peers view The House magazine as their personal source of insider information. So much a part of the fabric of Westminster, The House magazine is frequently referred to as Parliament’s in-house journal and is the only magazine allowed to carry the Crowned Portcullis, the symbol of both Houses of Parliament, on its cover.
The House is delivered weekly while Parliament is sitting and during the party conference season (around 35 editions), to every MP and peer, presenting a mix of news, profiles, interviews and comprehensive policy analysis as well as extensive commentary which gets under the skin of the UK Parliament.
Written largely by MPs and peers for MPs and peers, with a cross-party parliamentary editorial board, The House magazine is a must-read in both Houses. The House is closer than any other political magazine to the most powerful people in UK politics.