British peer Rhodri Colwyn Philipps gets 12 weeks jail sentence

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British peer Rhodri Colwyn Philipps gets 12 weeks jail sentence
Image: Rhodri Colwyn Philipps outside court

A British peer was sentenced to at least 12 weeks in jail on Thursday this for his action on racially abusing threats to a Gina Miller who is a Brexit campaigner, following a legal challenge to the British government’s future plans to trigger Brexit.

Viscount Philipps, who got his title Viscount from his parents, has offered £5000 in Facebook, to anybody who ran over campaigner Miller by describing her as a troublesome first generation immigrant.

Ms Miller also received death threats following her campaign to put pressure on the government to get approval for UK’s withdrawal from the EU.

Miller legal suit has succeeded forcing the government to seek a parliamentary vote, despite it couldn’t keep Brexit process unfinished.