Nigel Farage heckled by several protesters during first speech as MP

At least seven hecklers interrupted Nigel Farage’s speech at a Reform UK press conference on Friday 5 July.

The party’s leader was due to address to supporters and the media at around 2:30pm, but the event began with a person in the audience interrupting him and calls from others for the heckler to be removed.

After the first man was removed, a number of other hecklers were escorted out of the Westminster venue.

Mr Farage accused the first man who interrupted his speech of being “steaming” and shouted “boring” nine times as a second heckler started speaking.

He was holding the press conference after Reform won four seats at the general election.