Labour figureheads Jeremy Corbyn and Diane Abbott have led the attack on Donald Trump after it emerged that he had retweeted a graphic death video shared by far-right Britain First leader Jayda Fransen.
Earlier today the US President shared a series of videos originally posted by Fransen (last night). One of the videos purportedly shows a non-Muslim man being pushed off a roof by an Islamist mob.
Corbyn tweeted that he hopes the Government condemns Trump for the "far-right retweets", adding that they "are abhorrent, dangerous and a threat to our society."
Abbott retweeted Corbyn's message, adding "Spot on @jeremycorbyn - appalling from Donald Trump. RT if you agree it's time to #StandUpToTrump."
Abbott's message had received 127 retweets in less than an hour at the time of writing.
Theresa May has yet to make an official comment on the matter, prompting various people - including journalist and Corbyn supporter Owen Jones - to ask when she will speak out.
Fransen herself spoke to talkRADIO earlier, saying Trump's retweet was "fantastic" and saying she'd love to chat to the US head of state.