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Craig Mackinlay said he now wanted to be known as "the bionic MP".
The Labour mayor called for a major change in the wake of the infected blood scandal.
"The government will of course be flailing around, desperate for someone else to blame, but this crisis is theirs," Labour's Emma Hardy said.
The former Tory cabinet minister was criticised in the report into the scandal.
Tom Hunt claimed he had not seen "any evidence" the UK's departure from the EU had damaged our economy.
Cabinet minister Chris Heaton-Harris became the latest to announce they are standing down.
The pubic spending watchdog said it was "still not clear" when the new arrangements will be up and running.
Paymaster general John Glen struggled when the Sky News host called out the PM's personal wealth.
The shadow health secretary said: "That's not a commitment I'm able to make today."
Cabinet minister Chris Heaton-Harris said the country was "not far from an election".