Jeremy Corbyn says, he didn't refer to PM May as 'stupid women'
British opposition Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn on Wednesday said he had not referred to Prime Minister Theresa May as a "stupid woman".
Earlier the House of Commons erupted in anger when Corbyn appeared to mouth the words "stupid woman" after a lively exchange with May.
"During Prime Minister's Question Time today I referred to those who I believe was seeking to turn the debate about the national crisis facing our country into pantomime as 'stupid people'," he told parliament later.
"I did not use the word's 'stupid woman' about the prime minister or anyone else and am completely opposed to the use of sexist or misogynist language in absolutely any form at all."
(With inputs from agencies.)
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