SNP MPs have walked out en masse from Prime Minister’s Questions after their Westminster leader was thrown out of the chamber in a row with the Speaker.
Ian Blackford refused to sit down when ordered to by John Bercow having asked for the Commons to sit in private.
This was in protest at the government’s handling of debate and votes on the EU Withdrawal Bill.
And it brought PMQs to a temporary halt as the Speaker consulted his officials on what to do next.
Mr Bercow said MPs could vote on his request for a private sitting at the end of PMQs – but when Mr Blackford refused to sit back down he was expelled, with his fellow SNP members following him out of the chamber.