Labour shadow home secretary Diane Abbott gave a big boost to a rally against racism in Batley, West Yorkshire, last Saturday.
Around 80 people attended the rally organised by Kirklees Stand Up To Racism (SUTR).
The local newspaper, The Press, published a vicious attack on Labour councillor and Momentum supporter Fazila Loonat.
Columnist Danny Lockwood attacked her as “a leading member of an anti-British, communist group that is riddled with antisemitic racists”.
A flood of hate mail and malicious phone calls to her followed.
This is the town where a Nazi assasinated the late Batley and Spen Labour MP Jo Cox in 2016.
The murder came six months after a nearby march by Nazi Britain First.