The Daily Mail reports that Anna Soubry, the defence minister, vehemently denied making the comment in parliament after a member of the show’s production staff claimed she was the culprit, and the show was later edited to remove the sound of the heckling.
A BBC spokesperson said: “Changes can and are often made to the final version broadcast, as is the case with this episode.”
In light of the row, we looked at words MPs are banned from using in parliament- a list which changes at the discretion of the speaker and which doesn’t explicitly include swear words. We’ve included some terms the speaker has deemed unparliamentary that do not make the Parliament UK’s official list, such as pipsqueak and hypocrite.
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