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Cleverly backs Hoyle as MPs call for Speaker to quit

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Cleverly backs Hoyle as MPs call for Speaker to quit

Cleverly backs Hoyle as MPs call for Speaker to quit

Home Secretary James Cleverly gave his personal backing to Commons Speaker Sir Lindsay Hoyle despite criticism of his handling of a Gaza ceasefire debate.

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