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Reforma to file suit against TikTok after ‘cutting’ Ann Widdecombe

Reforma to file suit against TikTok after ‘cutting’ Ann Widdecombe

Mr Tice told The Telegraph: “This is an outrageous and biased attack on a major political party because we point out that there are only two genders.

“It is evident that TikTok is against a ridiculous progressive stance. They lost, as more than 300,000 people watched the live broadcast on various platforms, quite surprising numbers for a political party rally.”

The disruption occurred during Reform’s rally to 5,000 supporters in Birmingham on Sunday. Paul Oakden, the party’s chief executive, spoke first, followed by Ms Widdecome, Zia Yusuf, one of its biggest financial backers, Mr Tice and Mr Farage.

Elsewhere in his speech, Farage claimed that images of a reform activist using a racial slur against Rishi Sunak had been used in a “smear campaign” against the party.

The party leader said: “Look, Reform is a new organisation. It is a new company and applications were submitted for candidates to apply.

“Have we had some bad apples? We have done it, although, as far as I know, no one involved in an organized betting ring supports us, which is something. I must say that the bad apples are over. “We will never get them back.”