Nick Ferrari was involved in a furious row with one of the leaders of the protests against LGBT lessons in school during a tense exchange live on air.
A High Court judge ruled in favour of an exclusion zone to remain around Anderton Park primary school in Birmingham, which has been targeted by protesters for months over their No Outsiders lessons featuring LGBT themes.
Mr Justice Warby said the protests had an averse effect on pupils, local residents and staff, leading to 21 teachers being treated for stress.
Nick spoke to one of the protest's leaders Shakeel Afsal and things got tense when Mr Afsal dismissed a number of the judge's rulings.
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