Twitter has been ridiculed for not seeing a problem with a tweet which said Stamford Hill was “riddled with full blown Jews” who were “absolutely vile”.

The tweet, sent on 14 October and reported by a local Shomrim volunteer force organiser, read: “Drove through Stamford Hill today. F*** me the gaffs[sic] riddled with full blown Jews. Absolutely vile.”

It was sent by Thomas Andrews, a self-described part-time DJ, but was deemed “not abusive” by the U.S-based social media giant, a stance which left MPs fuming. He has since disappeared as a user on the site.

“Twitter has got no interest whatsoever in moderating this kind of content,” said John Mann MP, chair of the All-Party Parliament Group on Anti-Semitism. “This company repeatedly allows offensive and bullying materials.”

Mann, speaking to MailOnline, said he would be proposing a new law in 2018 whereby social media giants will have as much responsibility for content as broadcasters.

In a statement responding to a complaint from Shulem Stern, Twitter said the firm’s investigation found “no violation of rules regarding abusive behaviour”.

Shulem Stern's complaint fell of dead ears from Twitter authorities.  Screenshot via MailOnline

Shulem Stern’s complaint fell of dead ears from Twitter authorities.
Screenshot via MailOnline