Brexit leader Nigel Farage says the “law doesn’t seem to apply” to trans activists who targeted JK Rowling’s home.

JK Rowling has accused trans activists of posting her Edinburgh address on Twitter, which Mr Farage said was “virtually encouraging people to commit unpleasant acts against the property and perhaps even against the person”.

“If somebody who was seen to be a white nationalist did the same thing to a black person, they’d be in prison,” Mr Farage told Sky News host Paul Murray.

“And yet for some reason the trans rights extremists can threaten a well-known, successful public figure in this way and nothing gets done.

“The trans rights extremists are some of the worst and the most aggressive and most hectoring and bullying of the lot.

“I feel very sorry for JK Rowling, it’s just extraordinary.”

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