Calling for particular concern to be made for vulnerable candidates, Ms Ford said the fellow Conservative - who stood in the east of England - was subjected to online abuse.This included a threat to 'shoot her then pull the teeth out of her jaw while she fades away', she said.Bob Stewart, pictured in the northern Bosnian village of Maglaj, where he led peacekeeping troops during the war in the early 1990s.Since becoming an MP he has earned a reputation for being an outspoken defender of the interests of veterans Speaking at a fundraising lunch in 2014, when Mr Gove was still Education Secretary, she said they were teased in the playground over their father.We make it easy for you to connect with someone if you have a question, concern or compliment about your DHS service.Whether its a question about your Food Stamps application or you need to resolve an issue with a child support order you have many ways to get in touch with us.
'But such behaviour is taken to a new level when, during the last election, a teacher tells the class of my 13 year-old boy that nobody should talk to him because he is the son of a Conservative MP.'There were cries of 'shame' and shocked gasps from fellow MPs after Mr Stewart made the comments.After training at Sandhurst he served in Northern Ireland during The Troubles, first as an intelligence officer and then a company commander.He was the Company commander in charge when 30 people - including 11 soldiers - were kilned when the Irish National Liberation Army planted a bomb disco in Ballykelly in 1982.She said: '(They) were spat at, told they should have their throats slit, were threatened that they should die, were told their mothers should never have given birth to them, and their cars were targeted and they were targeted face-to-face.'Meanwhile, Labour frontbencher Cat Smith criticised George Osborne for reportedly saying he wants Theresa May 'chopped up in bags in my freezer'.
The Labour shadow deputy Commons leader said: 'He has previously compared the Prime Minister to being a 'dead woman walking'.'The reason I raised it is because violence against women is a genuine problem in this country - two women a week are killed by their partner or former partners.' Christine Jardine, the newly-elected Lib Dem MP for Edinburgh West, also revealed the abuse she received online.
Ms Vine said at times she wanted to put her children on a plane to Italy to get them away form the abuse 'Part of me wants to put them on a plane to go and live with my mother in Italy, but part of me thinks it will make them tougher.'Other MPs also revealed the abuse they and their colleagues received during the recent election campaign.