Twitter criticised for failing to respond to Caroline Criado-Perez rape threats

By Lucy Battersby
Updated July 30 2013 - 4:13am, first published July 29 2013 - 7:26am
On display: from left to right, Mary Macleod, a Conservative MP, Mark Carney, governor of the Bank of England, Stella Creasy, a Labour MP, and Caroline Criado-Perez with the concept design for the banknote featuring author Jane Austen at the Jane Austen House Museum in Chawton. Photo: Chris Ratcliffe
Conservative member of parliament Mary Macleod (L-R), Bank of England Governor Mark Carney, Labour and Co-operative member of parliament Stella Creasy and Women's Room co-founder Caroline Criado-Perez pose for a photo with the concept design for the new 10 pound note, featuring British 19th century novelist Jane Austen, at the Jane Austen House Museum in Chawton, near Alton, July 24, 2013. Austen will become the face of the new 10 pound note, the Bank of England said on Wednesday, defusing criticism that women are under-represented on the country's currency. REUTERS/Chris Ratcliffe/Pool (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS) Photo: POOL
Conservative member of parliament Mary Macleod (L-R), Bank of England Governor Mark Carney, Labour and Co-operative member of parliament Stella Creasy and Women's Room co-founder Caroline Criado-Perez pose for a photo with the concept design for the new 10 pound note, featuring British 19th century novelist Jane Austen, at the Jane Austen House Museum in Chawton, near Alton, July 24, 2013. Austen will become the face of the new 10 pound note, the Bank of England said on Wednesday, defusing criticism that women are under-represented on the country's currency. REUTERS/Chris Ratcliffe/Pool (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS) Photo: POOL

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