PARLIAMENT has been told it’s strictly OK to speak b****ks.
The statute came after Michael Gove lampooned a Labour frontbencher during a discuss on a Brexit deal.
Shadow International Trade Secretary Barry Gardiner was formerly overheard describing his party’s misleading process on Brexit as “b****ks”.
Picking adult on a gaffe, a Tory Environment Secretary told a Commons: “We now know from Labour’s possess front dais that their central position is ‘b****ks’.
“The Shadow International Trade Secretary speaks a law with ideal clarity.”
To reels of laughter, Mr Gove added: “We’re beholden to a Constant Gardiner for a approach in that he has expel light on a testicular inlet of Labour’s position”.
Lib Dem MP Sir Ed Davey afterwards called on Speaker John Bercow to order on either it was suitable for a swear word to be used in a chamber.
Mr Bercow said: “There was zero unfinished about a use of a word. we consider it is simply a matter of taste”.
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