Tory MP Alec Shelbrooke to wear onesie for Commons vote

Conservative MP Alec Shelbrooke wore a onesie in a BBC studio as he explained how he planned to wear one to vote in the Commons if a charitable bid to support a hospice charity raised £5,000.

The Elmet and Rothwell MP said he felt very comfortable in the gear, although former Labour MP Chris Mullin said it was "very fetching" but wondered what voters might think of it.

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