Police had to be called to the London home of Jacob Rees-Mogg on Tuesday after protestors targeted the MP.
The group, who were reportedly holding a banner saying “we must devastate the avenues where the wealthy live”, confronted Rees-Mogg and his nanny outside their home.
“Your Daddy is a totally horrible person,” shouted the main protester, Ian Bone, at the Rees-Mogg children.
“Daddy doesn’t pay her [the nanny] very much, daddy says the minimum wage doesn’t count for anything or the London living wage,” he proclaimed.
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He then accused Mogg of being a “slave owner” and started asking his nanny how much money she was paid by the MP.
Bone then went onto to say the nanny had “Stockholm Syndrome”.
The nanny then replied saying “the Rees-Mogg family have been lovely to me and my family” and declined to tell Bone how much she was paid.
The Rees-Mogg family and their nanny eventually made it inside their home and no arrests were made.
Labour's Stella Creasy has condemned the actions of Ian Bone, saying his actions were "beyond the pale".
In a tweet, she said: "This is sick. You can see how upset his kids are. This isn't leftwing or justified. Whatever disagreements you have with Jacob Rees-Mogg targeting his children and family is beyond the pale because no politicians family should ever be considered fair game."
Ian Bone will be talking to James Whale on talkRADIO on Wednesday night. Listen in from 7pm.