Jacob Rees-Mogg And Son Escorted By Police Through Anti-Brexit Rally
19 October 2019, 16:19 | Updated: 19 October 2019, 18:33
Jacob Rees-Mogg was heckled by anti-Brexit protesters shouting 'shame on you' and had to be escorted home with his son. Diane Abbott was also escorted by police after receiving abuse from Brexit supporters.
The Leader of the House of Commons was escorted by police officers through the 'Let Us Be Heard' rally in Parliament Square.
He was with his son Peter Theodore Alphege.
Rees Mogg is accompanied by his young son and followed and barracked all the way home, protected by police. pic.twitter.com/t99hKq8sY5— Lewis Goodall (@lewis_goodall) October 19, 2019
They were walking home after it was announced that the Letwin amendment had been passed.
Supporters of another referendum shouted 'shamed on you' as the father and son walked.
The shadow Home Secretary, Diane Abbott, was also escorted by police after receiving abuse from pro-Brexit supporters.
Andrea Leadsom also received police protection when leaving parliament.
She wrote that she was "so grateful to the police."
Thank goodness for our superb police. Just walked home safely from HoC with their protection - why do the so called ‘People’s Vote’ protesters think it’s ok to abuse, intimidate and scream in the face of someone they don’t agree with? So frightening, and so grateful to the police— Andrea Leadsom MP (@andrealeadsom) October 19, 2019