Keir Starmer moment stuffed into a police car after Jimmy Savile’s mob attack


Six police officers, significantly outnumbered by angry protesters, worked to keep Holborn and St Pancras MP Keir Starmer safe as dozens of protesters surrounded him.

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Sir Keir Starmer stuffed into a police car outside Parliament

Sir Keir Starmer was bundled into a police car by officers as a howling crowd echoed a lie told by Prime Minister Boris Johnson last week.

Video has emerged of the dramatic moment Labor Party leader Keir Starmer was led into a police car as dozens of people surrounded him.

Six police officers, significantly outnumbered by angry protesters, work to keep Holborn and St Pancras MPs safe in the alarming footage.

At least two people are thrown to the ground by the officers clearing the way for Starmer, who runs off in the car once inside.

Earlier today, a video taken from the street showed the former Crown Prosecutor being harassed near Parliament.

The policemen surrounded Starmer and put him in the car.
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Starmer faced baseless accusations of “protecting pedophiles” and chants about sex offender Jimmy Savile from protesters while walking with shadow foreign secretary David Lammy.

The unruly scenes have turned attention to Boris Johnson, who has been accused of spreading misinformation.

Last week in the House of Commons, he accused Starmer of failing to prosecute Jimmy Savile, a lie spread on social media that has long been widely criticized.

Former cabinet minister Julian Smith was one of several Conservative MPs who demanded that the prime minister withdraw Savile’s insult altogether for the sake of Starmer’s safety in the wake of the incident.

Johnson tweeted that the “behavior directed” at the Labor leader was “absolutely disgraceful” but did not address the nature of the abuse.

Starmer and David Lammy were ambushed by protesters.
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In at least two videos posted on social media, a man and a woman were heard yelling about Savile at the Labor leader, while at least one person repeatedly yelled about “protecting pedophiles”.

Someone yelled, “They should be hanged.”

After the incident, Lammy said it was “no surprise that the conspiracy theorist thugs who harassed” Starmer and himself “repeated” Johnson’s insults.

Smith, who previously served as Johnson’s Northern Ireland secretary, tweeted: “What happened to Keir Starmer tonight outside parliament is appalling.

“It is really important for our democracy and for his security that the false insults that Savile made against him are completely withdrawn.”

Former minister Stephen Hammond, one of 15 Conservative MPs who have publicly called for Johnson to resign over the partygate scandal, said he agreed with Smith, as did Robert Largan and Aaron Bell, who were elected in 2019.

Senior Conservative Sir Roger Gale demanded that Mr Johnson apologize to the Commons on Tuesday for abuse he feared could be the result of Mr Johnson’s “deliberately careless” Savile accusation.

“I’m afraid he’s played into the hands of some pretty nasty people,” said the MP, first elected in 1983.

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“I think what he should do…is go to the dispatch box tomorrow to condemn the way Keir was treated and apologize.”

Tobias Ellwood, the Conservative MP who chairs the Defense Commons Committee, told the prime minister “please excuse yourself”.

“Let’s prevent this drift towards a Trumpian political style from becoming the norm,” he added.

Chris Bryant, the Labor MP who chairs the Commons Standards Committee, said: “This is what happens when a prime minister goes down the gutter and recycles the lies of far-right conspiracy theorists. Political poison has an effect. Johnson doesn’t have a moral compass.” .”

The Labor Party’s Angela Eagle said Johnson had reached a “disgusting new low”, adding: “The Prime Minister must now personally and unconditionally apologize for his disgusting lie on the floor of the House of Commons where he first made it. “.

Scotland Yard said two arrests were made following clashes between police and protesters on the Victoria Embankment after Sir Keir was taken to safety.

A statement from the Metropolitan Police said: “Shortly after 5.10pm on Monday 7 February, a man who had been surrounded by a group of protesters near New Scotland Yard, was taken from the scene by a police car.

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Johnson condemned the behavior of the protesters

“A man and woman were arrested at the scene for assaulting an emergency worker after a traffic cone was thrown at a police officer.”

Home Secretary Priti Patel said the scenes were “completely unacceptable” and that she was in contact with police over the incident.

Johnson tweeted: “The behavior directed at the Leader of the Opposition tonight is absolutely disgraceful.

“All forms of harassment of our elected representatives are completely unacceptable.”

Images posted on social media showed Piers Corbyn, the Covid-19 conspiracy theorist brother of former Labor leader Jeremy, addressing the crowd before the incident and later leading chants of “resist, defy, fail to comply”.

Johnson first shared Savile’s falsehood in the House of Commons on January 31.

Under great pressure, he later clarified his comments, insisting that he had not referred to Starmer’s “personal record.”

But he did not apologize for the “defamatory” libel, which longtime adviser Munira Mirza cited as the reason for resigning as No 10’s chief policy officer.

Starmer apologized while director of public prosecutions in 2013 for failing to bring Savile to justice four years earlier.

But there is no evidence that Starmer had a personal role in the failure to prosecute the man who was one of Britain’s most egregious sex offenders before his death in 2011.




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