Richard Madeley slams fascist Insulate Britain member in furious GMB clash

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Richard Madeley is no stranger to sharing what is really on his mind and today was no different as he hit out at Liam Norton, a member of Insulate Britain.

Their disagreement comes just 24 hours after the group brought the M25 to a complete standstill claiming they were demanding the government to "insulate Britain".

Taking to Twitter, the group penned: "We are demanding the government and @BorisJohnson create hundreds of thousands of jobs, lower our emissions, and save lives."

However, Good Morning Britain anchor Richard was furious, claiming that the group could have caused serious distress to some or blocked people from attending vital hospital appointments.

He went on to read a definition of fascism, claiming that the group are fascists.

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