First Exec Shamed Since 1891

MPs yesterday in a 176-150 vote censured the president of the Public Health Agency, Iain Stewart, and summoned him to the bar of the House to be formally cited for contempt. It is the first public shaming of a federal executive on the floor of the Commons in 130 years: “We settle this by democracy.”

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