UKIP candidate Keith Fraser has said he calls Jeremy Corbyn "Jezbollah" because he thinks he's an odious, terrorist, jihadist sympathiser.
Fraser mouthed the words "terrorist sympathiser" behind Jeremy Corbyn as the election results were announced in Islington.
Jonny Gould asked the candidate why he felt he could do this. In response, Fraser said: "I personally can do what I see fit.
"You’ve got to remember that UKIP is a party that had its success from the man at the helm who spoke his mind, Nigel Farage, and said it as it is. So I don’t see any reason why I can’t do the same."
He continued by calling Corbyn "a terrorist sympathiser, I call him Jezbollah.
"This is not a nice man, it’s not an honest man, he’s an odious, terrorist, jihadist sympathiser."
Fraser also spoke about UKIP leader Paul Nuttall, who has now resigned.
"I feel a bit sorry for Paul Nuttall," Fraser said. "He took over just after Brexit, he didn’t have time to re-strategise and look at what the party needs to evolve and that was a bit sad."
He added: "I was thinking of setting up my own party...the foundation of that will be speaking out and saying it exactly as it is."
Listen to the full interview above