Dominic Raab Reveals He’s Been Threatened With Acid After Discussing More Protection For MPs | GMB

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Deputy Prime Minister Dominic Raab says there is going to be a review into best practices for protesting MPs. The online harms bill also aims to tackle online abuse of politicians. He also reveals someone threatened to throw acid over him as he discusses what more can be done to protect MPs.

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