GB News presenter Nigel Farage has been left fuming after it was revealed the channel has been removed from the internal TV system in the Welsh Parliament.

A spokesperson for Presiding Officer Elin Jones said the decision was taken following a recent broadcast which was “deliberately offensive”.

They said that Senedd members and staff could still watch online although Tory Senedd group leader Andrew RT Davies called it “censorship”.

Reacting on Twitter/X, Farage said: “This shows just how awful the Welsh Labour administration is.

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“They are totalitarian in their thinking and behaviour. Is this what lies in store for the whole of the UK under Starmer?”

Jones’ spokesperson was referring to comments made by Laurence Fox about journalist Ava Evans in which he asked which “self-respecting man” would “climb into bed” with her.

Fox was suspended and then later sacked by the broadcaster while Dan Wootton, who hosted the show on which the comments were made, remains suspended after he apologised for a “very unfortunate lapse in judgement”.

Jones asked Tory group leader Davies if he really supported a channel “that allows a woman to be talked about unchallenged as below to continue to be broadcast on our Senedd internal system”.

The presiding officer’s spokesperson said: “GB News has been removed from the Senedd’s internal television system following a recent broadcast that was deliberately offensive, demeaning public debate and contrary to our parliament’s values.

“There are now several ongoing Ofcom investigations into the channel. The commission will discuss the issue at a future meeting, and staff and members who wish to view GB News will still be able to do so online in the Senedd.”

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The commission is the cross-party body in charge of the day-to-day running of the Welsh Parliament.

Plaid Cymru’s spokesperson for broadcasting Heledd Fychan said her party fully supported the decision and that there was no room for content which “normalises treating women as objects”.

GB News has been approached for comment.