A Labour MP called in the police tonight after receiving an apparent death threat on Twitter

Neil Coyle, MP for Bermondsey & Old Southwark, was hounded with a stream of abuse on the social network after voting in favour of air strikes in the Commons.

The threatening tweet read: “u voted for air strikes, If I see u round ends…”.

The message ends with a string of ’emoji’ pictures of knives.

Mr Coyle reported the sender to the police, prompting him to delete the message.

Source: Labour MP calls in police over Twitter ‘death threat’ – Mirror Online

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