MPs complain about food standards in Parliament

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A panel of three MPs are asked why some in Westminster are complaining about the chips, eggs and salami served in the House of Commons.

Conservative Priti Patel, Labour's Lisa Nandy and Liberal Democrat Tessa Munt are asked to name the foods that have led to complaints being logged with the catering sub-committee across the 19 eating and drinking establishments in Parliament.

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