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Britain's parliament erupted as Labor leader Jeremy Corbyn accused of calling Prime Minister Theresa May a “stupid woman”

Breaking News Emails Get deleted news alerts and special reports. The news and stories that matter, delivered everyday mornings. SUBSCRIBE Dec. 19, 2018 / 10:33 PM GMT Off Reuters LONDON &#821 1; The British Commune broke out in anger on Wednesday when Ares opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn appeared for the words "stupid woman" after a lively exchange with Prime Minister Theresa May. Corbyn's remark was captured by television cameras during the question and answer in the Riksdag that British leaders must endure every Wednesday. He had peered May with hostile questions about his decision by week to postpone a parliamentary vote if a long-awaited divorce deals with the European Union. In his reply, May suggested that Corbyn might not have the support of his own legislators across the EU and having a well-worn line from Christmas pantomimes, said, "I have some advice for the honorable gentleman – look behind you!" "They are not impressed nor the country!" Corbyn then shook her head and seemed to mumble "stupid woman" unde r his breath. A spokesman for Corbyn later said, "He did not call her a stupid woman, so I do not think there are any reasons for excuse. When I understand that, he said" stupid people. " A session that had begun with legislators wishing each other a merry Christmas and peaceful new year soon came down in an unhealthy line as female legislators in particular demanded Coronyn to be censored. 19659007] As legislators shouted at each other over the debate…

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1; The British Commune broke out in anger on Wednesday when Ares opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn appeared for the words “stupid woman” after a lively exchange with Prime Minister Theresa May.

Corbyn’s remark was captured by television cameras during the question and answer in the Riksdag that British leaders must endure every Wednesday.

He had peered May with hostile questions about his decision by week to postpone a parliamentary vote if a long-awaited divorce deals with the European Union.

In his reply, May suggested that Corbyn might not have the support of his own legislators across the EU and having a well-worn line from Christmas pantomimes, said, “I have some advice for the honorable gentleman – look behind you!”

“They are not impressed nor the country!”

Corbyn then shook her head and seemed to mumble “stupid woman” unde r his breath.

A spokesman for Corbyn later said, “He did not call her a stupid woman, so I do not think there are any reasons for excuse. When I understand that, he said” stupid people. “

A session that had begun with legislators wishing each other a merry Christmas and peaceful new year soon came down in an unhealthy line as female legislators in particular demanded Coronyn to be censored. 19659007] As legislators shouted at each other over the debate chamber, Commons Speaker John Bercow said he had not seen or heard the alleged event and could not regret it.

Can tell legislators: “I think everyone in this house, especially in this 100th anniversary for women to vote, should aim to encourage women to come into the house … and should therefore use the appropriate language. “

Readers were called in earlier this month to decipher what she herself said in an apparently hardened exchange with European Commission leader Jean-Claude Juncker in Brussels.

They reported that May depended Juncker on apparently calling her Brexit- plans “nebulous.”

It was not the first time a row had blown over the alleged use of the phrase “stupid woman” in parliament. In June Bercow was due to apply for it to Prime Minister Andrea Leadsom.

Commons standards watchdog decided that he should not be investigated.

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