A report by Dan Bloom and Ben Glaze in The Mirror.
Philip Davies drained valuable Commons time for so long there was no time to vote on a Labour backbencher’s passionate campaign.
His epic speech – aided by two more Tories who spoke for another hour and 20 minutes – meant MPs ran out of time to vote on the law.
It has now had to be shoved aside and is unlikely to see the light of day again.
Labour MP Julie Cooper, who drew up the Hospital Parking Charges Bill amid sky-high prices after caring for her mum Teresa, said the Tories’ behaviour was ‘shameful’.
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