Starmer: Tories' first instinct is to hide MPs bad behaviour

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Published on May 2, 2022 - Duration: 00:49s

Starmer: Tories' first instinct is to hide MPs bad behaviour

Labour Leader Sir Keir Starmer says the "first instinct" of the Conservative is to try to "hide" instances of their MPs behaving poorly.

He highlights the examples of Neil Parish and Owen Paterson, explaining the government are lacking the political leadership required to take ownership of the issue and "deal with it".

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