Man charged after sending 'threatening message' about Jeremy Corbyn
21 November 2019, 14:12
A man will appear at Nottingham Magistrates Court in January after sending a threatening message regarding Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn.
Samuel Naylor, 37, has been charged with sending a threatening "letter, communication or article" relating to Jeremy Corbyn.
Nottinghamshire Police said he has been charged in connection with reports of a malicious communication after the incident was reported to police on Tuesday.
The force confirmed Naylor, of Nottingham Road in Eastwood, will appear at in court on January 3.
A Labour spokeswoman said police had made the party aware of the charge.