Furious Boris Johnson reacts to ‘Basic Instinct’ Angela Rayner attack

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Furious Boris Johnson reacts to ‘Basic Instinct’ Angela Rayner attack: Boris Johnson lashed out amid controversy over the anonymous Conservative backbencher who accused Labour’s deputy leader of putting the PM off at Prime Minister’s Questions by crossing and uncrossing her legs. A Conservative MP suggested Ms Rayner likes to distract Boris Johnson when he is at the despatch box by deploying a Parliamentary equivalent of Sharon Stone’s infamous police interview scene in the 1992 erotic thriller. On the election trail in Bury today, Boris Johnson was asked whether there was a cultural problem in Parliament. He told reporters: ‘It’s hard to say on the basis of that particular story. But I have to say I thought it was the most appalling load of sexist, misogynist tripe.’

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