WATCH: Jeremy Corbyn denies calling Theresa May a "stupid woman" in the House of Commons
He has since claimed that that is not what he said.
A video has emerged that saw an incident take place in the House of Commons on Wednesday that initially appeared to show Jeremy Corbyn calling Theresa May a "stupid woman".
The remark came after a tense exchange, in which Corbyn reminded May that the next meeting of the European Council was not until March - two months after the rescheduled meaningful vote is supposed to take place.
Since the incident happened, Corbyn has faced a number of people urging him to apologise for the comments, but he has claimed that this is not what he said.
He has stated that what he actually said was "stupid people", as May and her supporters jeered him in the House of Commons.
You can have a look for yourself here:
— Conservatives (@Conservatives) December 19, 2018
An expert forensic lip-reader Jessica Rees told the Mirror that: "It’s very clear if you lipread him he’s saying “stupid people”.