Anti-vaccine protesters ambush Michael Gove in street

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Michael Gove had to be escorted by police away from an anti-lockdown protest after demonstrators attempted to surround him in the street.

The Communities Secretary was approached by a number of people with video cameras as he walked through central London.

Footage shared on social media showed the cabinet minister quickly being encircled by police officers, who moved the protesters back.

The incident on Tuesday happened amid concerns over security for MPs following the fatal stabbing of Southend West MP Sir David Amess last week.

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