BREAKING: Man avoids jail after sending threatening email to Labour party deputy leader Angela Rayner
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A man has been convicted of threatening Angela Rayner, the deputy leader of theParty.Benjamin Iliffe, 36, from Cambridgeshire, admitted sending an abusive email to the high profile MP.He was sentenced to 15 weeks in prison suspended for 18 months at Huntingdon Magistrates’ Court.
She reported severeal threatening contacts from different sources over a number of weeks to police.After the first arrest, her spokesman said: ‘Abuse and threats of this nature don’t just have an impact on Angela but also on her family, her children and her staff who are on the receiving end of these communications.’
Ms Rayner is on compassionate leave from her frontline politics role after losing a loved one.The investigation by at least three police forces comes amid increased concern over the safety of MPs and the level of abuse they receive following the killing of Sir David Amess. headtopics.com
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