Humza Yousaf blasted both main parties, calling the Tories "extremist" and saying Labour had "abandoned its principles"
He says the incident which took place in parliament was "completely unprovoked"
The results in Selby and Uxbridge threw up as many questions as answers for Labour.
Matt Hancock and Kwasi Kwarteng told an undercover Led By Donkeys journalist they would work for £10,000 a day.
The foreign secretary said King Charles' involvement was "not unusual".
Keir Starmer is now even more popular than Rishi Sunak than before.
"It makes you want to spit," the Doctor Who actor said of Rishi Sunak's government.
Members of Parliament found themselves caught up in porn scandals, Spice Girl beef and jungle life. And that's just the Tories.
"Starmer is now repeating the UKIP 2015 manifesto," the right winger claimed.