A TORY MP had to be ejected from the House of Commons at PMQs.

Speaker Lindsay Hoyle had to calm down MPs during today’s session before eventually telling one MP to leave.

He said: “Mr Bristow I think you're going to be leaving. I’m asking you to leave now because otherwise I’ll name you.

“I’m not having it and I’ve warned you before. It’s the same people.”

After asking Keir Starmer to continue, he added: "And the same will happen on this side."

Who is Paul Bristow?

Paul Bristow is the MP for Peterborough, a position he has held since the 2019 General Election. 

He previously worked as a public relations consultant and worked as a councillor on Hammersmith and Fulham London Borough Council between 2006 and 2010. 

What has he done in politics? 

Following his election, Bristow became a member of the Health and Social Care Committee which he served on from 2020 to 2022. 

He was appointed as a parliamentary private secretary to the then culture secretary Nadine Dorries in February 2022. 

Following Liz Truss's resignation as prime minister, he backed Boris Johnson to take over before Rishi Sunak was appointed.