Neil Coyle said this “isn’t about foreigners” as he took offence at Mr Farage’s suggestion multiculturalism was to blame for Wednesday’s atrocity.
On Thursday, police named the man responsible for killing four in the London attack as British-born school teacher Adrian Russell Ajao, also known as Khalid Masood.
But, the Labour MP for Bermondsey and Old Southwark, railed against Mr Farage’s latest remarks as he issued him with a stern warning.
Neil Coyle launched a scathing attack on Nigel Farage after the London attack
People like Farage need to be careful
Neil Coyle MP
Mr Coyle told Sky News: “People like Farage need to be careful about what they try and whip up on the back of Adrian from Kent.
“This isn’t about foreigners, this isn’t about refugees, it isn’t about asylum seekers, he is foul for even trying to bring that into this discussion.”
Mr Farage lay the blame on Tony Blair as he bashed the former prime minister’s “terrible mistakes in this country” for wanting “to build a multicultural Britain” back in 1997.
The Labour MP made the remarks of Friday's All Out Politics show
"His government even said they sent out search parties to find immigrants from all over the world to come into Britain,” Mr Farage told Fox News after Wednesday’s attack.
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“Do you know what? I don't think we vetted a single one of them.”
He continued: "The problem with multiculturalism is that it leads to divided communities. It's quite different to multi-racialism.
“That's fine, that can work very happily and extremely well. But we've finished up with very divided communities.
"I'm sorry to say that we have now a fifth column living inside these European countries. Surely an American audience seeing this horrendous thing happening in Westminster should start to say to itself that when Donald Trump tries to put in place vetting measures, he is doing it to protect your country."
London mourns terror attack at vigil Fri, March 24, 2017
The world grieves after an attacker killed three people and injured about 40 near parliament in London.
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Floral tributes are left after the vigil in Trafalgar Square, London to remember those who lost their lives in the Westminster terrorist attack
Police named the Westminster attacked as Khalid Masood
Masood, 52, was shot dead by a police gunman after he mowed down dozens of pedestrians and stabbed PC Keith Palmer to death.
Also known as Adrian Elms, police believe he was using a number of aliases and also had a range of previous criminal convictions – many of them violent.
He had never, however, been convicted of a terrorist offence.