Former Commons Speaker John Bercow faces being banned from Parliament for life for horrific bulling of staff during his time in office.
The former Tory MP has been blocked from holding a Commons pass usually given to ex-politicians, after a catalogue of appalling behaviour against three aides during his decade in the chair.
An official investigation found that he threw a mobile phone at one, swore at officials and made a racially and sexually discriminatory remark.
The official censure handed down today also means he becomes the first Speaker of the House of Commons in modern history to be blocked from a peerage as a reward after standing down.
In a report published this morning, Parliamentary Commissioner for Standards, Kathryn Stone, found him guilty of 21 claims made against him relating to behaviour during his decade as Speaker from 2009 to 2019.
The Independent Expert Panel (IEP) today branded him a ‘serial bully’ and recommended he be blocked from holding a pass, saying if…