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Outraged Piers Morgan brands Jeremy Corbyn ‘a liar’ over ‘stupid woman’ slur

He defends Theresa May over insult

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Piers Morgan has branded Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn a ‘liar’ after he denied the claims that he mouthed a slur at Theresa May during Prime Minister’s Questions.

The Good Morning Britain presenter went on a tweeting spree to publicly demand that the politician apologise to the Prime Minister.

He tweeted today (19 December): “Corbyn was having a strong #pmqs right to the point he got caught mouthing ‘stupid woman’ at Theresa May.

Piers aired his views on Twitter (Creit: ITV)

He continued:”Once again, he seizes crushing defeat from the clutches of a thumping victory.

“Headlines will now all be ‘Corbyn’s a sexist pig’.”

The 53-year-old didn’t stop there. He added: “Unbelievable now denying saying stupid woman to Theresa May. This is obviously a flagrant lie.

“Shocking that he is trying to dig himself into an even deeper hole. For God’s sake @jeremycorbyn – WE CAN SEE YOU SAYING IT. Come back to the House & profusely apologise.”

Piers insisted that Mr Corbyn say sorry after the politician’s team denied that he called Mrs May a “stupid woman” in the House of Commons.

Mr Corbyn in the House of Commons (Credit: Wenn)

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The debate between Mr Corbyn and Theresa May came during a fiery Prime Minister’s Questions today.

Mr Corbyn’s team denied the slur against Theresa May (Credit: Wenn)

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Piers was clearly enraged by the matter and continued to voice his thoughts online, adding: “If Corbyn persists in claiming he didn’t say ‘stupid woman’, when we can all see he did, why should we believe anything else he says ever again?”

A representative for the Labour leader stated: “He did not call her a stupid woman and so I don’t think there’s any basis for an apology.

“As I understand it he said ‘stupid people’. He was referring to the remarks and exchanges about pantomimes and so on.”

They added: “Lip-reading in such circumstances is always open to doubt.”

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