Conservatives join Labour in blocking vote on Pre-Budget Report

John Hemming reports on his blog,

Confusion reigned in The House as the Conservatives decided to vote with Labour to ensure that there wasn’t a vote on the Pre Budget Report. Personally I think they didn’t know what was going on and will regret this in the future. Some came into the aye lobby and wandered out again. Technically there was a vote to have a vote 30 seconds before the end of the debate against which Labour and the Tories voted.

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  • Surely this is cast-iron unimpeachable evidence of a Secret Tory Plot to, oh, I don’t know, kill firstborn puppies after 2011. Innocent mistake my foot.

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