MP James Brokenshire’s recovery from lung cancer

At the end of last year everything changed for the then Northern Ireland Secretary James Brokenshire when he discovered he had lung cancer and would need to step down from government

Four months after surgery he is back in the cabinet as minister for housing and communities, and will spend the bank holiday weekend walking 21 miles across 21 London bridges in the memory of Jimmy Mizen, a teenager who was murdered 10 years ago.
The Old Bexley and Sidcup MP spoke to Daily Politics reporter Greg Dawson about his illness and recovery.

Watch the interview at BBC News