WARNING: Jane Collins has installed a panic button in her home [REX]
Jane Collins has been told to stay away from the town after she hit out at the council.
Now police have responded to a flood of menacing emails and phone calls to her house by installing a panic button. They also plan to put in a safe room.
In an exclusive interview, The Ukip MEP for Yorkshire and the Humber said: “I didn’t get death threats before.
“The more we reveal and the more we push the nastier it’s going to get.”
“I think every Labour member in Rotherham should tear up their membership card”
Meanwhile, more details emerged about controversial ex-councillor Jahangir Akhtar, who denies covering up for violent adult offender Arshid Hussain.
Hussain was named by 18 girls as their “boyfriend” when they were sent to a council organisation for the victims of paedophiles.
In the last council elections Akhtar lost by 30 votes despite winning the postal vote by 5,000.
Mrs Collins said: “I think every Labour member in Rotherham should tear up their membership card.
“Do they not care about the victims? People are saying they didn’t know the scale of it but surely one child is enough.”
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