Why was there rubber glove talk in Parliament?
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MP Phillip Lee opens the debate after Queen's Speech

Traditionally two backbench MPs are chosen to open the debate about the Queen's Speech with an amusing speech, followed by the prime minister and leader of the Opposition expected then join in the fun.

Conservative MP Phillip Lee, who talked rubber gloves and cricket in his speech, explained the preparation work to Andrew Neil, Jo Coburn and guest Frances O'Grady on the Daily Politics after they watched him in action with Jeremy Corbyn and David Cameron.

  • 19 May 2016
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