Pincher admits he 'misspoke' after claiming yet-to-be-decided bell foundry scheme had been refused

Housing minister Christopher Pincher has admitted that he "misspoke" when he mistakenly told MPs that a yet-to-be-decided application to redevelop a historic bell foundry in east London had been refused by the secretary of state.

by David Blackman and Michael Donnelly
Housing minister Christopher Pincher (pic: Getty)
Housing minister Christopher Pincher (pic: Getty)

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