Arrests have been made after Sir Keir Starmer was mobbed by furious pro-Palestine protesters in Glasgow last night, leaving him looking visibly shaken.
The Labour leader was pictured walking through the city while being shouted at by the protesters.
His security detail was forced to intervene to push away the activists, who were coming in close proximity to the Labour leader.
Two activists were arrested during the protests, which saw Starmer accused of "facilitating genocide" in Gaza.
Keir Starmer confronted in Glasgow by angry pro Palestine protestors. Good on Starmer for staying composed, but this rising tide of abuse and aggression is deeply unsettling. Politicians shouldn’t have to put up with this. pic.twitter.com/q0UadmKtRF
The pro-Palestinian protester called him out for his inaction in attempting to end the ongoing Israel-Hamas war.
Filming Starmer as he approached, the man asked the politician: "How many more children in Palestine have to die before you call for a ceasefire?
"Over 7,000 have died. Over 7,000 have been slaughtered by Israel. This is unacceptable. What happened to human rights? What happened to democracy? We don’t see any of that when it comes to the Palestinians. 7,000 children."
The man was escorted out of Starmer’s carriage by security, yet continued to probe the Labour leader with questions: "How many more people have to die? Where is your humanity?"
Starmer has faced backlash over his stance on the Israel-Palestine conflict as he has supported the Government's position in calling for "humanitarian pauses", stopping short of demanding a full ceasefire.
He whipped his MPs last month to vote against an SNP amendment calling for a ceasefire, instead demanding his MPs support Labour's amendment demanding pauses in the conflict.