it just me or is there a bit of deja vu after a fresh row erupted over alleged bullying of MPs who voted to bomb so-called Islamic State in Syria?
Its al very renouncement of the accusations laid against YES supporters in the Scottish Referendum seeing them labelled as Cybernats.
Labour will not accept abuse and intimidation "from whatever quarter it comes", Jeremy Corbyn has warned.
Labour MP Neil Coyle told MailOnline he had reported a threatening tweet to the police.
Chris Bryant MP spoke in the Commons Yesterday asking for security to be reviewed for MPs and their families.he Rhondda MP and the Shadow Leader of the House of Commons had voted in favour of air strikes.
“Several members have had their officers barricaded. One member had her house surrounded. Many had photos of dead babies pushed through their front door at home. I gather today some members have received photographs of severed heads.
"MPs have broad shoulders, of course they do. But I ask on the leader to review the arrangements of members homes and officers. It’s not just about members but their families.”
There have also been calls for deselection from Left Wing groups
and emails to MPs who voted with the government
But I wonder is the worst examples that have been shown by the Media and honest criticism is being lumped with them .
Is it anyway just a temporary increase in the abusive crap elected officials have to put up with every day?
Or the sort of attacks those opposed to the bombing have to put up with from the likes of the Sun and Daily Mail?
I deplore such abuse from both sides but its beginning to look like there an organised establishment campaign to pick appalling examples and Label all tar all of its opponents with the same brush.
Or have I just become "a conspiracy theorist "?