Robin causes a stir in the Commons

A robin has been spotted flying around in the main chamber of the Commons.

The bird was seen in the ceiling before flying down and landing on a camera during Welsh questions.

MPs were quick to point out the unusual visitor as it flew down during a question by Plaid Cymru Westminster leader Liz Saville Roberts.

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They could also be heard "cooing" to try to tempt the bird down ahead of Prime Minister's Questions.

Speaker John Bercow said: "She shouldn't be disquieted in any way. I think the robin is keenly attending to her words."

Welsh minister Stuart Andrew, meanwhile, joked: "I know that Bristol City have a robin as their emblem, so maybe they're trying to interfere with Welsh questions."