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Labour cabinet minister Rachel Garrick spotted KNITTING during Zoom council meeting - as Tories accuse her of 'making a mockery of democracy' Cabinet minister Rachel Garrick was knitting while defending £11million of cuts She is a cabinet member for recourses for Monmouthshire Council
A woolly Labour politician has been needled after being caught knitting during a council zoom meeting.
Cabinet minister Rachel Garrick was spotted after being quizzed on service cuts at a committee hearing via Zoom.
She was defending £11 million of cuts in Monmouthshire, South Wales, while she handled her needles on camera.
MPs in the Conservative party accused her of 'making a mockery of local democracy' by her on-screen actions.
Rachel Garrick, pictured above, was caught knitting on a zoom while defending £11 million of cuts in Monmouthshire, South Wales
Welsh Conservative Shadow Local Government