After allegedly urging anti-vaxxers to torch MPs’ offices, Piers Corbyn was detained

After allegedly urging anti-vaxxers to torch MPs’ offices, Piers Corbyn was detained

In the video, Jeremy Corbyn's brother criticises MPs who voted for Covid.

In his speech, Corbyn blasted ‘those filth who have decided to go ahead and introduce new fascism'.

‘You've got to obtain a list of them…' says the 73-year-old. And if your MP is one of them, go to their offices and burn them down.

That's not allowed on air. Oh no, not on air.

The Met announced a 70-year-old man was charged with inciting to commit arson.

He's still being held. A spokeswoman stated the arrest was related to an online video encouraging people to burn down MPs' offices.

The video prompted a flood of censure from politicians, including Home Secretary Priti Patel.

It's a good thing she's a feminist.

‘Appalling Piers Corbyn video,' remarked Yvette Cooper. We have recently lost two MPs to horrendous violence — we know how serious this is.

‘Police have our full backing in this.'

On Saturday, scuffles broke out at a protest against vaccine passports.

Video released on social media showed police and demonstrators pushing and shoving while trying to escort a police motorbike via Parliament Square.

Protesters tossed eggs at people inside a business on Regent Street, causing police to intervene.

No one was hurt, and no one was arrested, the Met added.

Officers said another group threw beer and a flare at them on Whitehall, near Downing Street.

According to the Met, ‘other police on Whitehall were also abused and physically assaulted. Several officers were injured.'

It came as London Mayor Sadiq Khan declared a state of emergency owing to the rapid spread of Omicron.

The mayor's office says declaring a major incident will allow officials to work together to minimise service disruptions and provide extra time for booster shots.