Viscount jailed for threat to Gina Miller


AN ARISTOCRAT who posted a bounty on Facebook for someone to kill anti-Brexit campaigner Gina Miller was sentenced to three months in prison yesterday (July 13). Rhodri Philipps, 50, the 4th Viscount St Davids, made the threat in November, just days after Miller won a legal case requiring the government to consult parliament before beginning Britain’s withdrawal from the European Union. “£5,000 (5,600 euros, $6,400) for the first person to ‘accidentally’ run over this bloody troublesome first generation immigrant,” he wrote. He described Miller, who was born in what was then British Guiana, as a “boat jumper” and added: “If…

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