Labour MP Daybreak Butler is barred from the Home of Commons chamber after repeatedly branding Boris Johnson a ‘liar’ in extraordinary rant
- Labour MP Daybreak Butler launched a rant on the PM throughout a Commons debate
- The politician repeatedly branded Boris Johnson ‘liar’ and refused to withdraw
- She was then ordered to go away the chamber by the stand-in deputy Speaker
A Labour MP was dramatically barred from the Commons chamber this afternoon after repeatedly branding Boris Johnson a ‘liar’.
Daybreak Butler was advised to go away by the chair after delivering a unprecedented rant about how ‘poor folks have paid with their lives’ due to the PM ‘deceptive the Home’.
The previous frontbencher was requested to withdraw her remarks – which flouted parliamentary etiquette guidelines – by fellow Labour MP Judith Cummins, who was presiding over the session.
However she flatly refused to take action, insisting she had considered it and nonetheless felt the identical manner.
Daybreak Butler was advised to go away by the chair after delivering a unprecedented rant about how ‘poor folks have paid with their lives’ due to the PM ‘deceptive the Home’
The Brent Central MP mounted the protest throughout an training debate within the chamber immediately
Ms Butler was requested to withdraw her remarks – which flouted parliamentary etiquette guidelines – by fellow Labour MP Judith Cummins (pictured), who was presiding over the session
The Brent Central MP mounted the protest throughout a normal debate earlier than the Commons went into recess.
‘Poor folks in our nation have paid with their lives as a result of the Prime Minister has spent the final 18 months deceptive this Home and the nation over and over,’ Ms Butler stated.
She highlighted disputed claims made by the Prime Minister, including: ‘It is harmful to lie in a pandemic.
‘I’m dissatisfied the Prime Minister has not come to the Home to appropriate the file and proper the truth that he has lied to the Home and the nation over and over.’
Ms Cummins intervened and stated: ‘Order! Order! I am certain that the member will replicate on her phrases she’s saying and maybe appropriate the file.’
Ms Butler replied: ‘What would you somewhat – a weakened leg or a severed leg?
‘On the finish of the day the Prime Minister has lied to this Home time and time once more.
Ms Butler – often called ‘Pink Daybreak’ for her left-wing views – stalked out of the chamber after pulling her stunt this afternoon
‘It is humorous that we get in bother on this place for calling out the lie somewhat than the particular person mendacity.’
Ms Cummins intervened once more and urged Ms Butler to ‘replicate’ on her phrases and withdraw them.
Ms Butler replied: ‘I’ve mirrored on my phrases and someone wants to inform the reality on this Home that the Prime Minister has lied.’
Ms Cummins then learn out an announcement wherein she ordered Ms Butler to ‘withdraw instantly from the Home for the rest of the day’s sitting’.
Ms Butler left her seat and exited the chamber.