Gwynne: Labour Won’t Table Confidence Motion Before Meaningful Vote

More “clarity” from Shadow Communities Secretary Andrew Gwynne on Marr this morning, who said that Labour won’t consider tabling a motion of no confidence in the government until after the meaningful vote. Expect that line to last all of a few hours before Labour has to “clarify” it again. May hardly needs encouraging to delay the vote as long as possible…


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