Prime Minister Boris Johnson in parliament language row- BBC News

The UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson says tempers need to calm down in Parliament, after torrid scenes in the Commons last night.
Mr Johnson says he “totally deplores any threats to anybody, particularly female MPs,” but has refused to apologise for his use of language.
Several MPs say they’ve received death threats, and partially blame Mr Johnson’s words on Brexit, for fuelling extremist behaviour.
The Speaker of the Commons, John Bercow, described the culture within the chamber as “toxic,” and said it was the worst atmosphere he had ever witnessed in the House.

Clive Myrie looks into the day’s events on the BBC News at Ten with the BBC’s political editor Laura Kuenssberg and political correspondent Alex Forsyth.

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