Last MP Denied Seat Was Spy

Cabinet under House rules cannot unilaterally deny any unvaccinated MPs their seat in the Commons. The last MP refused entry to the House was Soviet spy Fred Rose (Cartier, Que.), expelled in 1947. Only two others since Confederation were denied their right to sit in the Commons, none for medical reasons: “Maybe it’s something better asked of the Prime Minister.”

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