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MPs try to pin John Bercow to his seat amid late-night mayhem in parliament: 'I held onto his leg I think it was and others held onto his arm'

Independent Tuesday, 10 September 2019
Labour MPs attempted to interrupt the prorogation ceremony - before being bundled aside by officials
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News video: John Bercow announces plan to step down as Speaker of the House

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John Bercow has given an impassioned speech, telling MPs he will stand down as Speaker on October 31 unless an election is called before then. Addressing the Commons while his wife looked on from the gallery, Mr Bercow said: β€œAt the 2017 election, I promised my wife and children that it would be my...

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