Loose Womens Jane Moore reveals panellists were locked in studio during angry anti-vax protests

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Loose Women star Jane Moore has revealed she and the other panellists had no choice but to stay locked in the studio during anti-vaccination protests.

Taking to her column in The Sun, the 59 year old described how they were discussing the menopause at the time when a crowd tried to storm Television Centre in West London.

Blonde beauty Jane explained that they were left confused as to how they could have upset the "angry" mob outside with the topic.

Jane then revealed that that the protestors were under the impression that the studio was still part of BBC news, which had actually changed hands eight years prior.

"…But anyway, there they were, trying to break down the front doors while a line of woefully under-equipped police officers bore the brunt of their geographically misdirected anger," Jane wrote.

The TV personality went on to explain that they spent a great deal of time staying locked inside and peering out of the windows before attempting to leave.

She said: "After coming off-air, we spent another couple of hours locked in the studio for our own safety, peering through the doors as hundreds angrily protested about vaccines in general and Covid passports and jabs for children in particular."

Ruth Langsford, 61, also spent a good few hours locked in a room for her own safety during the protests after wrapping up filming the ITV show.

"Ruth Langford was still stuck inside, although Eamonn had managed to get out," a source told the same publication.

They continued: "It was terrifying. No one knew if the protestors had weapons. The protestors arrived after This Morning had come off air.

In particular, it was noted by the source that the protester's leading source of contention was how the issue of anti-vaccination had been "handled on the show".

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The source added: "ITV are going to have to carry out a major inquiry after security was breached."

Charlene White, 41, also took to her Twitter feed a few hours later to give further context into the situation.

"Huge thanks to Andy and the security team over at Television Centre. The protesters attempted to gain access to the building while we were live on air with @loosewomen – and we've only just left, because of safety. Andy and his team were just incredible," she wrote.

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In another tweet, she added: " And also huge thanks to the swift response of London'sLondon's @metpoliceuk… not an easy situation for them to deal with either.

"Not sure what protestors were hoping to achieve, but all they would've found was me, Jane, Nadia and Penny on @loosewomen talking about the menopause."

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