A death threat sent to Commons leader Andrea Leadsom can be being investigated by the Metropolitan Police.
The senior Conservative minister, in addition to MP for South Northamptonshire, campaigned for the leave campaign within the 2016 European Union referendum.
The letter, which Mrs Leadsom posted on Twitter on Monday, read: “If you attempt to take away part of someone’s identity, there are consequences.”
Mrs Leadsom said of which was “despicable” in addition to called the sender a “coward”.
The letter, signed by “the real 48 per cent”, can be similar to threats received by some other Brexit supporters, including a constituent of Tory MP Zac Goldsmith earlier This kind of month.
of which goes on to say: “You have taken lives on our side. at This kind of point we will take lives on yours,” before signing off by saying “we are coming for you.”
A Metropolitan Police spokesman said: “Police are aware of threatening letters sent to four Members of Parliament at the House of Commons.
“Two of the letters were reported to police on 9 February, in addition to two on 12 February.
“The letters are being investigated by officers coming from the Parliamentary Liaison in addition to Investigation Team within the Parliamentary in addition to Diplomatic Protection Command.