GB News' political correspondent Katherine Forster was left shaken after being harassed while reporting on a pro-Palestine protest in London.
Reporting live from the scene to update viewers from across the UK on the latest developments, she was surrounded by "persistent" activists who started to try to intimidate her.
Tens of thousands of people took to the streets of London today to call for a permanent ceasefire in Gaza.
Protesters in London marched from Park Lane to Whitehall, with the Metropolitan Police also handing out leaflets to provide “absolute clarity” on what will be deemed an offence.
Katherine Forster was left shaken by the affairGB NEWS
Katherine said that while the march through London was largely peaceful, a minority appeared to be "out for trouble".
She explained: "This is the seventh consecutive Saturday that there's been a pro-Palestinian protest in central London. I've reported on a few of these.They tend to follow a similar pattern. They start out very peaceful. There's babies and buggies, there's people with dogs, people in wheelchairs, all ages, all ethnicities.
"Things often turn unpleasant a little bit later.
"Of course, there's always people out for trouble, and the police have been handing out leaflets trying to clarify to protesters what might get them arrested. They'd rather not arrest people, but inevitably it looks like there's always a few."