Williamson’s latest Week in Westminster vid: U-turns, donuts, UC, Brexit and more

Chris Williamson’s latest video in his ‘Week in Westminster’ series is a beaut – and he had plenty to work with. In his latest effort, Chris talks to protesting public sector workers, shows Theresa May’s u-turns turning into donuts, spotlight’s the government’s shame over its Universal Credit non-vote, looks at this week’s Brexit talks and the contrast in the welcomes for Jeremy Corbyn and Theresa May and more.

Every MP – and certainly every Labour MP – should be doing this:

Watch & share.

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