Refuge has accepted Bruce's offer to stand down as an ambassador for the domestic violence charity after she intervened in a discussion about Stanley Johnson on Question Time.
The actor made a popular return to the politics debate show.
Victoria Atkins, the safeguarding minister, said the officers, from an unnamed force, were 'wholly wrong'.
Rosie Jones, who has cerebral palsy, was speaking 25 years since the introduction of the Disability Discrimination Act.
Laurence Fox has confidently predicted he 'will end up in parliament', after launching new political party Reclaim last month.
The programme is also set for a move to a new time slot from Thursday.
"We accept this was a mistake on our part," the corporation said.
John Rhys-Davies - who plays dwarf Gimli in the 'Lord of the Rings' film franchise - has been accused of 'thuggish' and 'sexist' behaviour after yelling at MP Caroline Lucas on television.
Question Time host David Dimbleby received a standing ovation from both the panel and the audience last night, as he presented the's BBC's veteran political show for the last time.
The fourth series of the show received well over six million tweets from viewers during its run in June and July this year.
Fiona Bruce has reportedly been offered the role of presenter on Question Time, after David Dimbleby announced plans to leave the show after 25 years over the summer.
Morgan came to blows with Perry on-air.
This is the moment a Question Time audience member claimed he had been handed an ‘anti-western’ leaflet at Didsbury mosque. The man told a stunned audience that he was handed the leaflet – and tea and biscuits – when he attended a charity event at the Manchester mosque. Didsbury has been linked to the family of suicide bomber Salman Abedi, the young terrorist who killed 23 people including himself when he attacked a deadly attack on an Ariana Grande concert earlier this week.
Last night’s Question Time was a Brexit special – and we learned a few new things about Britain’s exit from the EU. With the triggering of Article 50 just one day away, fresh information was gleamed from Brexit Secretary David Davis about what the UK can expect over the next two years. Mr Davis insisted that despite calls from EU leaders that Britain will have to settle an exit fee on outstanding liabilities, we won’t be paying anything close to that.