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UK Parliament Votes on New Speaker of House of Commons - Video

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News video: Who is Sir Lindsay Hoyle?

Who is Sir Lindsay Hoyle? 01:18

Sir Lindsay Hoyle has emerged victorious in the election to replace John Bercow as House of Commons Speaker. The Labour politician received more than 50% of votes in the fourth ballot of MPs, defeating his party colleague Chris Bryant. Sir Lindsay, formerly a deputy to Mr Bercow, received 325 votes...

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