Labour: Criticism of Sir Lindsay Hoyle is 'unfair'

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Published on February 22, 2024 - Duration: 01:22s

Labour: Criticism of Sir Lindsay Hoyle is 'unfair'

Labour National Campaign Coordinator Pat McFadden said he felt for The Speaker of the House of Commons and believes he “acted in good faith”.

It comes as Sir Lindsay Hoyle is under pressure over his handling of a debate on Gaza, which resulted in MPs passing Labour’s amendment calling for an “immediate humanitarian ceasefire” amid scenes of chaos.

Instead, McFadden said that the disorder in the chamber sends a signal that "we are at the end of this parliament." Report by Covellm.

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