Plymouth MP Luke Pollard says there is 'no place for hate and abuse' after graffiti vandals targeted his constituency office.
The words 'Die Blair' were spray-painted on the door of the Labour MP's city base on Sunday.
Mr Pollard said he would like to invite the culprits for a meeting to discuss his concerns.
It came just hours after he spoke about a rise in 'abuse, insults, homophobia and slurs' online.
A spokesman for Mr Pollard said the graffiti has been reported to the police and will be removed today.
I want to invite whoever vandalised my office to have a conversation. There’s no place for the hate and abuse that we are seeing on the rise. The individual who did this is clearly concerned about something so much they will commit a criminal act to voice their concerns. I hope they’re concerned enough to have a conversation. My office remains open and my team are at work, safe and well. They do a superb job every day for the people I represent and they deserve to work in safe and secure workplace. I’m proud to be the first ever Plymouth MP to have a city-centre office and I believe having an office where people can walk up to while in town helps more people, makes me more accountable and is better for our politics.