JEREMY Corbyn left Boris Johnson red-faced after making the comparison between a black boy who was deported for drug crimes and the Prime Minister who has admitted taking class A drugs himself.

Johnson was born outside of the UK, in the US, something which Corbyn drew parallels to in his speech. 

The Labour leader implied that the Prime Minister was racist.

Corbyn said: "The cruel and callous Government is trying to mislead the British people into thinking it is solely deporting foreign nationals who are guilty of murder, rape and other serious offences, this is clearly not the case."

Corbyn added: “Take the example of a young black boy who came to the UK aged five and is now being deported after serving time for a drugs offence.

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“If there was a case of a young white boy with blonde hair, who later dabbled in class A drugs and conspired with a friend to beat up a journalist, would he deport that boy or is it ... or Mr Speaker is it one rule for young black boys from the Carribean and another for white boys from the United States?”

Johnson conspired with his friend Darius Guppy to "beat up" News of the World reporter Stuart Collier in 1990.

The plot, which was secretly recorded, revealed that Johnson was going to supply Guppy with Collier’s address so he could send over people to beat him up.

It never came to fruition but has been a stain on Boris Johnson's record ever since.