Immigration test fears ‘led to MP death threats’

An angry son bombarded six politicians including former Prime Minister Theresa May with death threats because he feared his mother would fail the UK immigration test, a court heard. Wajid Shah, 27, believed the text was too difficult for his mother Noreen to pass as she spoke no English, it was said. Shah is accused of sending threats to Caroline Nokes, the Tory MP for Romsey and Southampton North, Tan Dhesi, the Labour MP for Slough and Mark Lancaster, Conservative…

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