Labour MPs plan their own Heathrow vote

Labour MPs plan their own Heathrow vote

Labour backbenchers intend to seek control of the party's aviation policy with their own vote on a third runway at Heathrow.
They plan to present a report on Heathrow to a meeting of Labour MPs and peers when Parliament returns.
The chair of Labour's backbench transport committee Gavin Shuker said MPs were "deeply frustrated" about a lack of leadership on key policies.
He said the report's conclusions could go to a vote the day after the meeting.
The committee's conclusions are thought to fly in the teeth of the views of shadow chancellor John McDonnell, who as a west London MP... read more

28 September 2016 in Politics, Views: 38
Source: BBC

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