Tom Moore heartbreak as family forced to keep horror trolling secret ‘Would’ve broken him’
Captain Tom Moore: UK public claps in tribute
Despite raising £33million for NHS charities by walking laps of his garden, Sir Tom’s family confirmed a sick minority trolled the campaign online. In an interview, the World War Two hero’s daughter, Hannah Ingram-Moore, opened up on the online abuse the family suffered. Although online trolls targeted the campaign and the family, Sir Tom, who died on February 2, was received as a national hero by the majority of the nation.
Health Secretary Matt Hancock stated he had touched the hearts of the nation due to his incredible efforts throughout the lockdown, and his daughter claimed he left an incredible legacy.
Speaking in an interview which airs on February 17, she told BBC Breakfast of the sick abuse the family suffered, while also revealing…