The Speaker was visibly furious as he admonished Mr Gove, bringing the MP’s children into the scathing attack.
As Mr Gove reacted to the night’s events, Mr Bercow shouted at him: "I say to the Chancellor of the Duchy, that when he turns up at our school as a parent, he's a very well-behaved fellow.
"He wouldn't dare behave like that in front of [the school] and neither would I."
Continuing his attack, Mr Bercow blasted: "Don't gesticulate, don't rant, spare us the theatrics, behave yourself.
"Be a good boy, young man – be a good boy.”
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The reaction from Mr Gove’s wife, journalist Sarah Vine, was one of anger, as she tweeted: "Insult me, insult my husband – but don’t bring the kids into it. Please. And thank you.”
Political pundits also took to Twitter to accuse the Speaker of “losing the plot”:
Bercow losing the plot, ranting like a lunatic at Gove— Tim Shipman (@ShippersUnbound) September 3, 2019
Bercow really covering himself in glory here, scolding Michael Gove by talking about what he’s like at the school gate where their kids are educated— Isabel Hardman (@IsabelHardman) September 3, 2019
Well, that was completely uncalled for from Bercow. Deeply personal animosity displayed towards @michaelgove - and drawing attention to details of his children's lives is an absolutely unacceptable infringement of their privacy.— KateMaltby (@KateMaltby) September 3, 2019
Mr Bercow has been accused of political bias for allowing the motion that was designed to extend the Brexit process past the October 31 deadline.
He also spoke out publicly at Mr Johnson’s plan to suspend Parliament, saying he would fight it with “every bone in my body”.
Mr Johnson is hoping to call an early general election following Tuesday night’s defeat – but opposition parties have vowed to vote against it until no-deal has been taken off the table.
A new survey has found that the Tories could suffer heavy losses in Scotland if they go to the polls, gifting seats to the SNP.