Michael Gove is mobbed by pro-Palestine supporters chanting 'shame on you' as ... trends now
The Levelling Up Secretary, wearing a black suit, had to be escorted from the London railway station by a large police contingent as demonstrators swarmed around him.
The flag-waving activists, who were holding a sit-in protest at Victoria station, crowding him were heard chanting 'shame on you' as officers shouted at them to 'get back'.
In another clip, the senior Cabinet minister was seen walking down a London street as protesters followed him chanting the same slogan.
Towards the end of the march, pro-Palestinian protesters also staged a sit-in at Waterloo Station - where police said they refused to leave until they were threatened with arrests.
It comes as Rishi Sunak blasted 'EDL thugs' and 'Hamas sympathisers' over a day of chaos in the capital - with far-Right groups seen violently clashing with police while there were incidents of antisemitism at the pro-Palestine march.
Michael Gove was today mobbed by pro-Palestinian supporters chanting 'shame on you' as he walked through Victoria station amid a tense Armistice Day in London
Protesters take part in a sit-in at Victoria station in Central London on Saturday afternoon
Gove is escorted through Victoria Station as police deal with a sit-in in Victoria Station, London
Officers were forced to intervene as protesters swarmed the Levelling Up Secretary while he walked through
The scenes at Victoria prompted other politicians to express solidarity with Mr Gove (pictured leaving the station)
The ugly scenes at Victoria prompted other politicians to express solidarity with Mr Gove.
Dame Arlene Foster, former first minister of Northern Ireland, tweeted: 'This is so disgraceful.
'Sending solidarity to @michaelgove and all those who seek to go about their private business on a Saturday afternoon but who are intimidated by thugs.'
Tory MP Sir Michael Fabricant condemned what he described as a 'hateful mob'.
Mr Gove's office has been contacted for comment.
More than 100 counter-protesters have been arrested as hundreds of thousands of people took part in a pro-Palestinian demonstration in central London.
A total of 82 people were arrested in Tachbrook Street, Pimlico, to 'prevent a breach of the peace' as the march passed through the capital.
Police said those arrested were part of a 'large group' of counter-protesters who had 'tried to reach the main protest march'.
Reports suggested that some people were detained and prevented from leaving the nearby White Swan pub with a heavy police presence outside, including officers on horseback.
Protesters take part in a sit in at Victoria station. One holds a sign with the controversial slogan: 'From the river to the sea'
A police officer faces off against a group of counter-protesters near the 'National March For Palestine'
A counter-protester wearing a balaclava throws a can of beer at a police officer
Police officers detain a man in the street close to the 'National March For Palestine' in central London
A police officer in riot gear pushes back a man who snatched a pro-Palestinian placard from a woman