Former Tory leader bombarded with online abuse saying he should be shot and his office burned down as Labor suspected of dirty tricks in Chingford –, Google News

When Iain Duncan Smithposted an imageof his campaign office in Chingford daubed with the words: “Tories Out” and “Tory Cuts Kill”, he expected to provoke a low-key local reaction.


Dubbing the people who spray-painted the building with black graffiti on Sunday night “democracy-hating thugs”, he suspected that Momentum activists were “up to their old tricks again”.


But if having the door and window of the Chingford and Woodford Green Conservative Association vandalised was not bad enough, it was nothing compared to the hard-left backlash the picture sparked on social media.


“Seems perfectly acceptable to me,” wrote John Browning as hundreds of abusive comments began appearing on Duncan Smith’s …

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