A prisoner who sent deaths threats to Boris Johnson and threatened to eat Theresa May has been jailed for five years.
Rakeem Malik, 52, also threatened to bomb Labour Party MP Rosie Cooper and rape her colleague Jess Phillips.
Birmingham Crown Court heard he wrote to Mr Johnson from his jail cell after being charged with sending “repugnant” notes to his female targets.
Judge Samantha Crabb said Malik was a “dangerous offender”.
Sentencing, the judge said the HMP Birmingham inmate – already serving a life sentence – had “carefully selected” his victims.
His letters, which involved “significant planning”, were sent “at particular times chosen to maximise impact”, she said.
He had shown a “blatant intention to cause maximum harm” and was undeterred by the prospect of being detected, the