LONDON (Reuters) - British police on Saturday set up security for several members of parliament after a special session of parliament on Brexit that angered many protesters.

Opponents of Brexit shouted in the face of Economy Minister Andrea Ledsom: "You have to be ashamed!"

"Why do the protesters, called the Voice of the People, think it is a right thing to insult, scare and shout at those who disagree with them?" Ledsom defended herself on Twitter.

Secretary of State Michael Goff and the Conservative Leader of the House of Commons, who coordinates the work of Prime Minister Boris Johnson's government on the council, are being guarded by Scotland Yard, the BBC reported.

On the other hand, the supporters of the «Brexit» outside the parliament building a reason for MP Diane Abbott of the opposition Labor Party.