An SNP MP was reprimanded by Commons Speaker Sir Lindsay Hoyle at PMQs right now after making a foul-mouthed swipe on the Tories and Labour.
Dundee West MP Chris Legislation claimed the 2 events had been “two sides of the identical a***” as he made a contemporary demand for Scottish independence.
However the Commons Speaker intervened and urged the SNP MP to “take into consideration language”.
Mr Legislation stated: “Yearly the SNP Scottish Authorities mitigates towards the cruellest of Westminster insurance policies by spending £84 million supporting hard-working households towards the brutal bed room tax and over £6.2 million masking the two-child profit cap.
“Astonishingly Mr Speaker, now we have learnt over the summer time the Chief of the Opposition is an enthusiastic supporter of those Tory merciless welfare insurance policies, with U-turn after U-turn from the Labour Social gathering.
“So provided that the Tories and Labour are two cheeks of the identical a**e, providing no change, no imaginative and prescient, no hope, does the PM agree that the one approach Scottish voters can rid themselves…”
However Sir Lindsay interrupted the SNP MP, saying: “Let’s take into consideration language.
“Let’s be extra temperant and let’s guarantee that this Parliament will be proud. The pleasure of this Parliament will shine by way of however actually not utilizing language.”
Mr Legislation stated he was “pleased to alter the offending phrase with backside”.
He went on: “Provided that the Tories and Labour are two cheeks of the identical backside, providing no change, no imaginative and prescient, no hope, does the Prime Minister agree that the one approach for Scottish voters can rid themselves of those heinous insurance policies is to vote SNP to depart Westminster eternally?”
Responding to Mr Legislation’s query, Prime Minister Rishi Sunak stated: “Clearly not.
“I feel the thrust of that query was directed on the Chief of the Opposition quite than me, I do not need to get in the midst of that.
“However what I can say is we need to guarantee a welfare system that’s compassionate and takes care of probably the most susceptible in our society whereas supporting those that can into work to take action as a result of that is additionally truthful for everybody else and British taxpayers.
“I imagine that’s the system we’re reaching and proper now we’re offering hundreds of kilos of assist to assist with power payments and every part else for individuals in Scotland and we are going to proceed to take action.”