Israel’s UK ambassador evacuated from event at LSE under heavy security amid protests

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The Israeli ambassador to the UK was evacuated from an event under heavy security amid a large protest.

Tzipi Hotovely had been invited to speak by the London School of Economics Students’ Union when protesters forced her to abandon the event.

Her appointment as ambassador was originally met with controversy as a petition emerged to block it, claiming Hotovely had an ‘appalling record of racist and inflammatory behaviour’.

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