Need to know more about a particular area? Here's where to find debates and votes on the most popular topics covered in Parliament.
Welfare benefits for the sick, needy and unemployed include PIP, ESA, Housing Benefits and Universal Credit. They're often debated in Parliament: see what MPs have been saying and how they've voted.
MPs and Lords often talk about crime statistics, because they're seen as an indicator of how well the police service, and the legislation around crime and punishment, are working.
The National Health Service provides healthcare to everyone in the UK. Issues such as funding, privatisation, recruitment for and management of this national resource mean that it's never far from the political agenda.
From melting ice caps and global warming, to the extinction of animals and the destruction of the rainforests, the environment is a topic that is often debated in parliament.
The UK's exit from the European Union was much debated before the 2016 referendum, and continues to be a topic for heated discussion. Catch up with the latest here.
Animal welfare relates to the rights, standards of care and treatment of animals by humans. MPs often debate this in parliament; see what they've been saying and how they've voted.
Topics of particular relevance to London include Crossrail, the tube, air quality and the Mayor.