PMQs: Harman and Clegg on Dorries on I'm A Celebrity TV show


Labour's deputy leader joked about sympathy for Conservative MP Nadine Dorries who is in Australia to take part in the I'm A Celebrity TV programme.

After the Speaker again intervened over noisy exchanges during Prime Minister's Questions, Harriet Harman spoke of rats and snakes in both the TV show and the House of Commons.

Later in the same session, Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg made a joke a "new disciplinarian approach" from the new Conservative Chief Whip.

The Mid-Bedfordshire MP has made several attacks on her own leader and accused him and the chancellor of being "two posh boys".

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