Pass Bill But Feels “Very Sad”

Passage of a contentious Cold War bill commemorating the fall of Saigon is a “very sad” initiative, the Commons heritage committee has been told. MPs approved the bill to annually observe the April 30, 1975 collapse of South Vietnam: “It is a very malevolent attack”.

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