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MP learns of friend’s Covid-19 death and pays spontaneous tribute

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MP learns of friend’s Covid-19 death and pays spontaneous tribute

MP learns of friend’s Covid-19 death and pays spontaneous tribute

Conservative MP Andrea Jenkyns fought back tears after learning a friend haddied of Covid-19 shortly before she made a House of Commons speech.

The MPpaid a spontaneous tribute to her former band member before contributing to adebate about post-Brexit fishing policy.


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