Now he spoke rudely, of that there is no doubt, but the approach of Mr Schultz is indeed that of one that believes in,
"One country, one people, and three presidents"However having refused to apologise he was ordered out of the cahmber, at 9.35 in the morning. At that point the rules state that he will be dealt with by the Preseidenta nd/or the bureau.
This diod not happen and McMillan-Scott at the time of the vote hours later demanded again a new apology, and used his refusal as a pretext to have him blocked from voting in a dubious 'soviet style' procedure where he was ordered to leave after a 'Supreme Soviet' style vote..
This was beyond the powers of the chair and wrong. MacMillan-Scott should apologise.