THREE pro-Palestine demonstrators have been arrested after protesting outside Keir Starmer’s home, police said.

Protesters gathered outside the Labour leader’s home on Tuesday, calling for him to support an arms embargo on Israel.

A Metropolitan Police statement said: “Two women and a man arrested in Kentish Town on Tuesday, April 9 have been charged with public order offences and will appear at Westminster Magistrates’ Court.

“Leonorah Ward, 21, of Beechwood Mount, Burley, Leeds, Zosia Lewis, 23, of Rokeby Terrace, Newcastle upon Tyne and Daniel Formentin, 24, of Woodside Avenue, Burley, Leeds, will appear before the court on Wednesday, April 10.

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“All have been charged with section 42 of the Criminal Justice and Police Act 2001 and for breaching court bail.

“The arrests were made on Tuesday, April 9 under section 42 of the Criminal Justice and Police Act 2001.

“This power stops the harassment of a person at their home address if an officer suspects it is causing alarm or distress to the occupant.”

Labour has faced intense scrutiny over its position on Israel, after giving full-throated support to the country in the immediate aftermath of the October 7 Hamas attacks.

Starmer caused controversy when he said Israel had the “right” to cut off supplies of water and electricity to Gaza.

The party also drew ire by failing to back calls for a ceasefire before changing its position.