Labour leader Corbyn apprears to mouth 'stupid woman' after exchange with PM May
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The leader of Britain's opposition Labour party, Jeremy Corbyn, became the latest British politician to get lip-readers scrambling when he appeared to mouth the words "stupid woman" after a lively exchange in parliament with Prime Minister Theresa May.
Corbyn's remark was captured by television cameras after the question-and-answer session that British leaders have to endure every Wednesday.
Corbyn had been peppering May with hostile questions about her decision last week to postpone a vital parliamentary vote on a long-awaited divorce deal with the European Union.
In reply, May had suggested Corbyn might not enjoy the support of his own lawmakers over the EU and, taking a well-worn line from Christmas pantomimes, said: "I've got some advice for the right honorable gentleman - look behind you (...) They are not impressed and neither is the country!" Corbyn then shook his head and appeared to mutter "stupid woman" under his breath.
A spokesman for the opposition Labour party said Corbyn's comment was to the wider situation in the House of Commons and its pantomine, adding that Corbyn had said "stupid people".
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