A MEMORIAL plaque for murdered Labour MP Jo Cox will be unveiled in the House of Commons next month, bearing a coat of arms her two children helped design.
The coat of arms has the motto “More in Common,” inspired by Ms Cox’s maiden speech.
The design, which will be unveiled at a family day in Parliament on May 20, includes representations of her support for women in politics and the Cox family’s love of the water and mountains.
Ms Cox was murdered by neonazi Thomas Mair as she arrived to host a constituency surgery in Birstall on June 16 2016.
Commons Speaker John Bercow will answer questions from youngsters and then host a children’s party, the first of the “Great Get Together” events the Jo Cox Foundation is backing to mark the anniversary of her death.