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  • Memorial put up for murdered MP Jo Cox

    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...

    Saturday 15th Apr 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Britain

  • Police receive 50 complaints of online MP abuse

    by Sam Tobin

    A POLICE unit set up to investigate crimes against MPs has probed more than 50 complaints since the murder of Jo Cox.

    The Metropolitan Police’s parliamentary liaison and investigation team has received 33 reports of malicious communications, 13...

    Monday 20th Mar 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Britain

  • Farage Slander on Anti-Racists

    Ex-Ukip leader faces legal action after linking tragic Jo Cox’s widower to extremists while accusing Hope Not Hate of ‘violence’

    Wednesday 21st Dec 2016

    posted by Steve Sweeney in Britain

  • Former Tory ‘should resign’ for offensive post

    A FORMER Tory councillor who posted offensive social media posts following the death of MP Jo Cox should resign, a council committee concluded yesterday.

    East Riding of Yorkshire councillor Dominic Peacock responded to news that an appeal following Ms Cox’s death had reached...

    Thursday 15th Dec 2016

    posted by Morning Star in Britain

  • Cox charity fundraiser approaches £2m figure

    A FUNDRAISING campaign launched in memory of murdered Labour MP Jo Cox is approaching £2 million.

    The crowd-funding appeal was launched soon after the Batley and Spen MP was shot and stabbed in the street by neonazi Thomas Mair, who was sentenced to life in jail for the killing...

    Friday 25th Nov 2016

    posted by Morning Star in Britain

  • Killer neonazi jailed for life

    Mair guilty of Cox murder – but far-right terror risk is rising

    Thursday 24th Nov 2016

    posted by Peter Lazenby in Britain

  • Cox accused refuses to give evidence

    THE man accused of murdering Labour MP Jo Cox refused to give evidence yesterday at the Old Bailey.

    Thomas Mair, 53, allegedly stabbed and shot the mother-of-two outside her constituency surgery in Birstall, West Yorkshire, a week before May’s EU referendum.

    Mr Justice...

    Wednesday 23rd Nov 2016

    posted by Morning Star in Britain

  • Nazi eagle found in Mair’s home, jurors told

    THE man accused of murdering Labour MP Jo Cox had a Third Reich eagle ornament and a large collection of neonazi literature in his bedroom, a court heard yesterday.

    Thomas Mair, 53, is on trial for allegedly shooting and stabbing the Remain campaigner, a mother-oftwo, outside her...

    Tuesday 22nd Nov 2016

    posted by Morning Star in Britain

  • Mair’s murder trial hears tape of desperate 999 call

    JO COX murder eyewitness Darren Playford dialled 999 as the killing took place and told the operator: “There’s hell on, it’s chaos,” the Old Bailey heard yesterday.

    Jurors heard a recording of the call as the trial of Ms Cox’s suspected killer Thomas Mair...

    Friday 18th Nov 2016

    posted by Morning Star in Britain

  • Campaign to leave EU ‘not behind Cox death’

    THE husband of murdered Labour MP Jo Cox said yesterday that he does not believe the Leave campaigns ahead of the EU referendum were connected to her death.

    Brendan Cox said he felt the referendum had caused “heightened tension” but that he did not think that the campaign...

    Monday 31st Oct 2016

    posted by Morning Star in Britain