John Healey on Labour’s no confidence bid in Theresa May

A Labour front bencher is asked about the timing of its plan to bring down Theresa May over her handling of Brexit.

John Healey said the party was “dysfunctional, divided, distracted, disqualifying itself from office”.

Plaid Cymru’s Liz Saville Roberts said Labour was “playing games”, and its bid being about the PM, rather the government, meant it was “a motion of no consequence”.

Conservative MP Andrew Mitchell said Labour’s motion would have failed, but also would have united the Tories in the run-up to Christmas.

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