Boris Johnson heckled to 'get back to parliament' and sort out 'the mess you created'
- UK prime minister Boris Johnson shouted at by man and told to "get back to Parliament" and sort out "the mess you created."
- The exchange came after a decision by Johnson to shut down parliament was ruled unlawful by a court this week.
- Earlier on Friday Johnson was confronted by a woman about the effects of his government's spending cuts.
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Boris Johnson's latest campaign speech was interrupted on Friday by a man shouting at him to go back to parliament and sort out "the mess you created."
The prime minister was speaking at an event in the North of England, when a man shouted at Johnson: "Why are you not with them in parliament sorting out the mess you created?"
He added: "Get back to parliament Boris."
Johnson replied that "I'm very happy to get back to parliament soon," before the man was escorted out by security.
Watch Boris Johnson heckled during speech
The exchange came after a court ruled this week that Johnson's decision to close parliament for five weeks was unlawful.
The prime minister later denied that he had misled the Queen by advising her to suspend parliament. The issue will be ruled on by the Supreme Court next week.
Earlier on Friday Johnson was challenged by a woman during a walkabout in Doncaster.
The woman told Johnson that his spending promises were a "fantasy" adding that he had a "cheek" to boast about them people had died because of the spending cuts implemented by his government.
Watch Johnson confronted by woman on campaign walkabout
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Boris Johnson is heckled by a man who calls for the Prime Minister to "get back to Parliament".- Sky News Politics (@SkyNewsPolitics) September 13, 2019
Mr Johnson is making a speech at the "Convention of the North". Read more here: https://t.co/cn9oxTm9KH pic.twitter.com/nJ0482B5o0
"People have died because of austerity, and you've got the cheek to come here and tell us austerity's over and it's all good now."- Channel 4 News (@Channel4News) September 13, 2019
That's what one woman told Boris Johnson during a visit to Doncaster, but he said his government was putting more money into public services. pic.twitter.com/zPcMkBtKIX