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UK MPs elect Bercow's successor as Speaker

BBC News Monday, 4 November 2019
Sir Lindsay Hoyle was elected by MPs after four rounds of voting.
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Former Commons speaker John Bercow has said Brexit is "the biggest foreign policy blunder in the post-war period". Mr Bercow, who last week stood down as speaker after 10 years in the chair, angered many pro-Brexit MPs for what they claimed were moves by him to thwart Brexit.

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