So happy our daughter, Amélie Moselle, arrived into the world on 13.03. Alistair & I are over the moon. ✨ https://t.co/OX8Soy4ske
Liverpool Wavertree MP Luciana Berger has said she is "over the moon" after the birth of her first child.
The Labour MP posted a picture on Twitter of daughter Amelie, who was born on Monday.
Ms Berger, 35, married music manager Alistair Goldsmith in 2015.
She said: "So happy our daughter, Amelie Moselle, arrived into the world on 13.03. Alistair & I are over the moon."
Ms Berger entered Parliament in 2010 and served on Jeremy Corbyn's frontbench as mental health spokeswoman until June 2016, when she joined a mass walkout of shadow ministers in protest at his leadership.
She last year failed in a bid to be picked as Labour's candidate for metro mayor of Liverpool.
While pregnant, she gave evidence in the trial of an internet troll who was jailed for two years and three months after sending her anti-Semitic messages threatening she would "get it like Jo Cox".
An internet troll, has been found guilty of the racially-aggravated harassment of Labour MP Luciana Berger in a string of anti-Jewish rants.
'Joshua Bonehill-Paine, 24, was accused of making five anti-Jewish posts about the Liverpool Wavertree MP after far-right extremist Garron Helm was jailed in October 2014.
Helm had admitted sending an offensive tweet featuring a picture of Ms Berger with a Holocaust-era Star of David on her head and the hashtag "Hitler was right".
Over the next four months, Bonehill-Paine wrote that she was an "evil money-grabber" and compared her with a rodent, the Old Bailey has heard.
Ms Berger told jurors she felt "sick" at the posts and "very much under attack" during that period.
The defendant, of Yeovil, Somerset, claimed his conduct fells within the boundaries of freedom of speech.
Yesterday Andy Burnham was selected as Labour's candidate to be Mayor of Greater Manchester. Today it was the turn of members in the Liverpool City Region to make their choice.
Walton MP Steve Rotheram beat the Mayor of Liverpool Joe Anderson and Wavertree MP Luciana Berger to win the contest.
In a region dominated by Labour Mr Rotheram is now the clear favourite to win the Mayoral election next May.
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An internet troll is facing jail for a second time after making anti-Semitic death threats to Wavertree MP Luciana Berger in which he told her she would "get it like Jo Cox".
John Nimmo, 28, from South Shields, sent two emails to Luciana Berger where he told her to "watch your back Jewish scum".
The second message to the 35-year-old, who is running to become Mayor of Liverpool, also included a picture of a large knife.
This came just three weeks after MP Jo Cox died after being shot and stabbed following a constituency meeting.
Nimmo was previously jailed in 2014 for eight weeks for sending abusive messages on Twitter to feminist campaigner Caroline Criado-Perez and MP Stella Creasy.
His first message made reference to Joshua Bonehill-Paine, who had been charged with a racially or religiously aggravated hate crime against Ms Berger.
Sent at 7.54pm on July 6, it said: "Justice for Joshua Bonehill-Paine will be sweet, he has friends everywhere. Watch your back Jewish scum, regards your friend the Nazi."
He then followed it up two days later with "You will get it like Jo Cox did, you better watch your back Jewish scum" just as Ms Berger was leaving her office in the early evening.
South Tyneside Magistrates' Court heard a statement from the former shadow minister for mental health, in which she said it had caused her "great fear and anguish".
I was extremely concerned for my safety and I felt completely under threat. I had previously received anti-Semitic messages and threats but the reference to Jo Cox was terrifying.
The biggest concern was not knowing who this was, for all I knew the offender could have resided next door to me.
He previously admitted two charges of sending malicious communications to Ms Berger and the case will next be heard at Newcastle Crown Court in August.
Nimmo was remanded in custody.
A 28-year-old man has been charged in connection with death threats sent to Labour MP Luciana Berger.
The Wavertree MP is believed to have contacted police after receiving the messages on Friday.
Northumbria Police said a 28-year-old man has been charged with sending a letter/communication causing anxiety/distress.