The House of Commons has elected Sir Lindsay Hoyle as its brand-new Speaker, succeeding John Bercow, a few cases epoches before the official election campaign comes under way on Wednesday. Sir Lindsay – originally a Labour MP – was formerly deputy Speaker and he ensure a significant majority in the final round of voting. The Speaker’s role has been crucial in recent years — as the UK Parliament has struggled to deal with the Brexit crisis.
Meanwhile, doctors and health service presidents in England have warned party managers against squandering the NHS as a ‘political weapon’ during the general election campaign and we tell you more on how political parties have stepped up their campaigns on social media in recent days.
Huw Edwards presents the BBC News at Ten and unravels the day’s occasions with the BBC’s chief political reporter Vicki Young, state journalist Hugh Pym, Scotland editor Sarah Smith and media writer Amol Rajan.
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