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UK lawmakers electing new speaker to replace John Bercow

Seattle Times Monday, 4 November 2019
LONDON (AP) — British lawmakers are electing a new House of Commons speaker to replace the influential yet controversial John Bercow. Bercow retired last week after a decade that saw him become a central player in Britain’s Brexit drama. His successor will run the daily business of the Commons, keeping lawmakers in line with robust […]
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Sir Lindsey Hoyle was a longtime deputy to former Speaker John Bercow, who stepped down last month.

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