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Labour's Keith Vaz will not stand for re-election

BBC News Sunday, 10 November 2019 ()
Mr Vaz, who was suspended from the Commons after a drug and sex inquiry, says he is retiring.
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News video: Keith Vaz will not stand for re-election amid suspension row

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Labour’s Keith Vaz has announced his retirement from Parliament after 32 years as an MP for Leicester East. It comes just weeks after the Commons Standards Committee recommended he should be handed a six-month suspension for causing “significant damage” to the reputation of the House. The...

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