Piers Morgan has weighed in following reports that MPs can jump the queue to see the Queen lying in state.
It has been reported that MPs can skip the queue at Westminster Hall by showing their Parliamentary security passes, while members of the public face several hours of waiting.
MPs are also apparently entitled to four passes for family and friends.
LBC said cleaners, security staff and others involved in setting up at Westminster Hall will have to queue.
Tweeting a link to a news story about the situation, Morgan wrote: "This is outrageous."
Several people have commented on the reports that the rules are different for MPs when it comes to paying their respects to the late monarch.
The Daily Mail quoted one person in the queue as calling it "an abuse of privilege".
"I don’t mind queuing, because everybody queues," they said. "But there is no excuse for queue-jumping, it’s not fair."
Another person said on Twitter: "They should have to wait just like everyone else."
"As long as we exist there'll always be people who think they're better than everyone else," said someone else.
Someone else tweeted: "Gaff after gaff. Missed the opportunity to queue WITH the electorate. Honestly who signs off this stuff."
However, one person remarked: "Security risk for them to be in a queue for hours. Doesn't make it OK but that's the reason."
The Queen passed away on 8 September at the age of 96, hours after it emerged that doctors had concerns over her health.
Her coffin is now at Westminster Hall at the Palace of Westminster.
The late monarch's funeral will take place on 19 September.
Yahoo has contacted the House of Commons for comment.
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