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Make stuff up in Parliament? You’ll be butt of a joke

Remember the Conservative MP who recounted a wild story about electoral fraud to justify draconian elements in the government’s proposed elections act? (Brad Butt later retracted it because it was, well, not true.) Watch Brad “I misspoke” Butt, played by Mark “22 minutes” Critch:      Photo: YouTube

Remember the Conservative MP who recounted a wild story about electoral fraud to justify draconian elements in the government’s proposed elections act? (Brad Butt later retracted it because it was, well, not true.)

Watch Brad “I misspoke” Butt, played by Mark “22 minutes” Critch: 

 

 

Photo: YouTube

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