A witness to the incident involving David Cameron in Leeds today has described how the Prime Minister "sidestepped" the 28-year-old man in a "lovely little move".
Chris Wilson said: "It looked like Cameron sidestepped him. It was a lovely little move. He should be on the stage, really. And then he was tackled by the person behind. And then he [Cameron] was in the car and the car was gone."
He added: "They were on him. They were like flies round poo. One minute he was down, then he was up again and moving. It was fast."
He ran about 10 yards across the road towards the Prime Minister, who looked around, but did not seemed worried, Mr Wilson said.
Dean Farley later said on Facebook that he was the man involved in the incident.
David Cameron has insisted he has confidence in his police bodyguards after a runner collided into him and his security detail earlier today.
"Could I put on the record for once the debt I owe to the close protection teams that look after me and the very good job that they do," the Prime Minister told MPs during a scheduled statement.
Making light of the incident, Cameron added: "John Prescott was in the room as I gave the speech so as I left the room, I thought the moment of maximum danger had probably passed.
"But clearly that wasn't the case."
The man who was arrested after a collision with the Prime Minister has said he was only guilty of "brushing into someone while running".
Dean Farley wrote on his Facebook page: "So I'm all over the news as 'the protester that attacked David Cameron in Leeds.'
"Yeah if you call brushing into someone while running then getting assaulted by half a dozen coppers in suits attacking."
The Metropolitan Police will conduct a review of the incident in Leeds involving a 28-year-old man and David Cameron in consultation with West Yorkshire Police.
The Met's Specialist Protection Command is responsible for the personal protection of the Prime Minister.
The Met confirmed that the man, who shoved Mr Cameron as he left the Civic Hall, had been arrested and later de-arrested by local officers.
Tory MP Mark Pritchard has demanded a full investigation into how the Metropolitan Police security team allowed a man to get so close to the Prime Minister in Leeds today.
He called for the Met's commissioner Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe to launch an immediate internal inquiry.
The Met Police have some of the best close protection officers in the world.
However, this was a clear breach of security and could have been far more sinister in outcome.
With the terror threat level increased, this cannot be allowed to happen again.
The Met Commissioner should call an immediate and swift internal inquiry to discover why this happened and implement the necessary lessons learned as quickly as possible.
West Yorkshire Police has said that the man who 'pushed' the Prime Minister earlier today has been "de-arrested" and said the 28-year-old local man was "in the wrong place at the wrong time."
Official line: A 28-year-old local man was briefly arrested after he came close to the PM's group, who had just left the Civic Hall......
Official line cont: "No threats were made, and after the man's details were checked, he was de-arrested and allowed on his way."
ITV News has obtained footage of a man "shoving" the Prime Minister at an HS3 launch event in Leeds.
As David Cameron left Leeds Civic Hall, the man rushes up and appears push to him.
Security officers then seize the man and hurry the PM into a waiting car.
Mr Cameron was in West Yorkshire to announce proposals for a third high-speed rail line in the north, known as HS3.
The Prime Minister has been "shoved" by a protester at the HS3 launch in Leeds, according to reports.
ITV News Deputy Political Editor Chris Ship has tweeted that a journalist at the event at the Civic Hall in Leeds reported that Mr Cameron was "pushed" by a protester before police officers stepped in.
Championship side Leeds United has confirmed the sacking of coach Darko Milanic after just 32 days in charge of the club.
The club said Neil Redfearn will take charge of first team training on Monday morning and president Massimo Cellino apologised to the fans for the team's recent poor results.
BREAKING: Club president Massimo Cellino says: "I want to apologise to the supporters, they deserve better results." #lufc
Milanic was appointed on 23 September but did not win any of his six games in charge.
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Leeds president Massimo Cellino's court trial in Sardinia for tax evasion has been delayed.
The trial was due to take place on Thursday, but the judge has had to step down due to a conflict of interest.
Judge Dr Sandra Lepore convicted Cellino for failing to pay tax on his yacht Nelie in March and cannot hear the second case involving another yacht, Lucky 23.
Cellino was fined around £400,000 for the earlier conviction.
The appeal judge who overturned that decision ruled that if Judge Lepore confirmed in her written report that the tax evasion in the Nelie case had been a deliberate act of dishonesty then Cellino would fail the League's 'owners and directors' test.
Judge Lepore has since stated there was "elusive intent" and "Machiavellian simulation" by Cellino and the League is under mounting pressure to force him to sell the club.