News Pictures — Female MPs have had to move house, hire bodyguards

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Harriet Harman has claimed female MPs have had to move house and hire bodyguards after getting bullied over their stance on Brexit.

The former Labour Party deputy leader suggested that the the level of hostility and abuse has led to female MPs even shifting their positions on crucial votes. 

Police have reportedly advised one unnamed MP to not travel alone at night. 

Another has been told not to drive and a third has been advised against jogging in her local park, the Times reported.

A 55-year-old man this week admitted sending a death threat to Miss Soubry. Michael Robbins admitted making a series of telephone calls to the MP’s constituency office in Nottinghamshire, Exeter magistrates court heard

A 55-year-old man this week admitted sending a death threat to Miss Soubry. Michael Robbins admitted making a series of telephone calls to the MP’s constituency office in Nottinghamshire, Exeter magistrates court heard

A 55-year-old man this week admitted sending a death threat to Miss Soubry. Michael Robbins admitted making a series of telephone calls to the MP’s constituency office in Nottinghamshire, Exeter magistrates court heard

A 55-year-old man this week admitted sending a death threat to Miss Soubry. Michael Robbins admitted making a series of telephone calls to the MP’s constituency office in Nottinghamshire, Exeter magistrates court heard

A 55-year-old man this week admitted sending a death threat to Miss Soubry (left). Michael Robbins (pictured right) admitted making a series of telephone calls to the MP’s constituency office in Nottinghamshire, Exeter magistrates court heard

Harriet Harman, 68, former deputy leader of the Labour Party, said the level of hostility and abuse has led to female parliamentarians even shifting their positions on crucial votes

Harriet Harman, 68, former deputy leader of the Labour Party, said the level of hostility and abuse has led to female parliamentarians even shifting their positions on crucial votes

Harriet Harman, 68, former deputy leader of the Labour Party, said the level of hostility and abuse has led to female parliamentarians even shifting their positions on crucial votes

Scores of activists have hounded MPs in Westminster in recent months. Last month, a mob of protesters surrounded pro-Remain Tory MP Anna Soubry, calling her a ‘Nazi’ and a ‘traitor’.

Several female MPs have accused the police of failing to adequately deal with the culprits — adding that they feel the authorities are siding with the abusers in some cases, it was claimed.

A 55-year-old man this week admitted sending a death threat to Miss Soubry. Michael Robbins admitted making a series of telephone calls to the MP’s constituency office in Nottinghamshire, Exeter magistrates court heard.

Robins, of Exeter, Devon, was given a community order.

Another man, 59, was arrested after making death threats against Yvette Cooper, the Labour MP and former shadow home secretary, in which he allegedly threatened to kill her children and grandchildren over her opposition to a no deal Brexit.

Labour MP Paula Sherriff said she sometimes receives as much as 1000 items of abuse per week.

On three separate occasions last summer, swastikas were left on the doorstep of Ms Sherriff’s office.

However, the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) issued the suspect with a warning. They cited the man’s right to free speech as one of the reasons for not taking further action.

Ms Sheriff is now calling for a review of the case, saying: ‘MPs inevitably draw criticism for their views and I expect robust discussion. But it is wholly unacceptable for anyone, MP or otherwise, to be subject to intimidation and abuse while they go about their work.

‘Harassment, violence and abuse has no place in our society. It needs to be matched by decisive action from the police and criminal justice system.’

Last night, the CPS defended its decision not to prosecute the man. Gerry Wareham, the chief crown prosecutor for Yorkshire and Humberside, said: ‘We considered this case carefully but the evidential test was not met to prove a criminal offence so we could not prosecute.

‘The suspect was issued with a harassment warning. We understand Ms Sheriff’s concerns and take any potential threat of this nature very seriously.’

She said: ‘We are only seeing the tip of the iceberg. None of these MPs are snowflakes. To be elected requires you to be committed and motivated. These are the toughest of the tough.

Miss Harman, chairwoman of the joint committee on human rights which is carrying out an inquiry into the issue, has demanded major improvements in the way police handle such cases.

She said: ‘Some of them don’t want to have this in the public domain because they fear it will make the threat worse but also because it would undermine their effectiveness.

‘What is at stake here is not just people’s safety but democracy — the victim here is not just the MP but also because it would undermine their effectiveness. What is at stake here is not just people’s safety but democracy — the victim here is not just the MP but also our democracy.

‘It makes them more remote, it inhabits them from speaking out and there is clear evidence with some MPs it is affecting the way they vote. We need to nip this in the bud.’

Miss Harman said she feels ‘that the police have seen it as their job to protect the threatener rather than the threatened in the name of free speech.’

 

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News Pictures — Leader of right-wing group Patriot Prayer accused of colluding with police

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Police in Portland, Oregon, are investigating text messages between a police lieutenant and the leader of the right-wing group Patriot Prayer, after left-wing activists claimed they were evidence of ‘collusion’. 

Hundreds of emails and text messages released by the city’s police bureau on Thursday showed Portland Police Lieutenant Jeff Niiya exchanging text messages with Patriot Prayer leader Joey Gibson, often discussed Gibson’s plans to demonstrate.

The messages from 2017 and 2018, first reported this week by the local Willamette Week newspaper, drew accusations of collusion between the officer and Gibson’s group, whose demonstrations have devolved into violent clashes with antifa activists in the past.

In a video statement, Gibson blasted Portland officials for ‘melting down’ over the text messages, which he said were simple exchanges intended to alert cops to the group’s plans and attempt to avoid confrontations with antifa counter-protesters.

Patriot Prayer leader Joey Gibson (above) has been accused of 'collusion' after hundreds of text messages between him and a Portland police officer were released

Patriot Prayer leader Joey Gibson (above) has been accused of 'collusion' after hundreds of text messages between him and a Portland police officer were released

Patriot Prayer leader Joey Gibson (above) has been accused of ‘collusion’ after hundreds of text messages between him and a Portland police officer were released

One of the many pages of released text messages is seen above

One of the many pages of released text messages is seen above

One of the many pages of released text messages is seen above

In one of the text messages from December 2017, Niiya told Gibson that a group of antifa activists was headed toward his demonstration.

‘We will have officers nearby but you may want to think about moving soon if more come,’ Niiya said in the message.

In other messages, Niiya assures Gibson he can trust him, and praises his plans to run for the Senate in 2018.

Niiya has also exchanged text messages with representatives of left-wing antifa ahead of  

‘They’re very normal text messages,’ Gibson said in his video response, adding that he has similar exchanges with police in other cities where he has held events.

‘Most of the police officers that I talk to are very respectful. It doesn’t mean that they like me, it doesn’t mean that they back me. But they’re very professional,’ he added.

‘Portland is having a meltdown about this because they have so much hatred for the police in Portland,’ Gibson said. 

Antifa activists are seen at a Patriot Prayer rally in Portland in August. Gibson says his text messages with police were to help avoid confrontations with the far-left group.

Antifa activists are seen at a Patriot Prayer rally in Portland in August. Gibson says his text messages with police were to help avoid confrontations with the far-left group.

Antifa activists are seen at a Patriot Prayer rally in Portland in August. Gibson says his text messages with police were to help avoid confrontations with the far-left group.

Joey Gibson speaks with a Portland Police officer during a rally in August

Joey Gibson speaks with a Portland Police officer during a rally in August

Joey Gibson speaks with a Portland Police officer during a rally in August

Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler said the messages were ‘disturbing,’ raised questions about police bias and appeared to be encouraging Gibson, who Wheeler said leads a group that perpetrates hate speech and violence.

‘Incidents like this contribute to the distrust that so many people have about the Portland Police Bureau,’ Wheeler said in a statement on Thursday.

Patriot Prayer describes itself as a pro free-speech group that opposes big government and welcomes all races.  

Portland Police Chief Danielle Outlaw said she ordered an internal investigation to review the communications and determine if any bureau directives were violated.

‘If anything is identified that is deemed outside of our values and directives, it will be addressed,’ Outlaw said late on Thursday in a statement.

Niiya and Gibson could not immediately be reached for comment on Friday. Police bureau officials did not immediately respond to a request for more details.

Four people were arrested in August after Gibson’s group squared off with antifa counter-protesters in Portland. Four people were injured during similar rallies in June 2018.

Mayor Wheeler said in a statement he had ordered Chief Outlaw to investigate the matter. 

He said that Niiya would be prohibited from contacting any event organizers until the investigation was complete. 

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