Three British MPs have been given bodyguards and chauffeured cars over concerns about their safety, the Sunday Times reported.

Security measures for Conservative and Labor Party representatives have been stepped up following a risk assessment, the Sunday edition reported.

The deputies, whose names have not been mentioned, are guarded by private companies.

"Many MPs are scared to death by the threats they are receiving and the way they are being treated," a senior security source told The Sunday Times.

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Tom Tugendhat, the minister responsible for security, has reportedly personally worked with the Home Office, police chiefs and parliamentary bodies to strengthen MPs' safety and security.

It comes after Speaker of the House of Commons Lindsay Hoyle warned of a growing threat to politicians from the far right.

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