A scientist has been jailed for sending fake poison to Theresa May in a letter criticising her policy on Russia.
Christopher Doyle sent the white powder to the then prime minister in April 2018, a month after ex-Russian spy Sergei Skripal was poisoned.
It was addressed to Theresa May, c/o The Nazi Party and enclosed was a cartoon poster showing her decapitated.
The ex-Cambridge University research fellow was sentenced to two years and 10 months at Liverpool Crown Court.
The mail, which also included a picture of former spy Alexander Litvinenko, was examined at a Swiss Post screening facility which had to be evacuated, the court heard.