Jack Buckby plans to contest Batley and Spen by-election
Monday 20th Jun 2016
posted by Lamiat Sabin in Britain
Man held over Jo Cox’s murder had nazi links
Saturday 18th Jun 2016
posted by Peter Lazenby in Britain
Corbyn: ‘We will not allow hatred to divide our society’
POLITICIANS vowed yesterday they will not be intimidated by the murder of Jo Cox and will continue their constituency work, including advice surgeries.
But they have been warned to review their security after the MP was repeatedly shot and stabbed outside her constituency office in the...
The Rugby Football League paid tribute yesterday to Batley and Spen MP Jo Cox following her murder.
Ms Cox was shot and stabbed to death in the street outside her constituency advice surgery in Birstall on Thursday.
A statement from the rugby league governing body said:...
posted by Morning Star in Sport
TODAY’S editorial ought to be a triumphant recognition that Rosena Allin-Khan has more than doubled Labour’s majority in Tooting following the by-election to replace London Mayor Sadiq Khan.
That a junior doctor should be adopted by Labour and then backed by the electorate,...
posted by Morning Star in Editorial
While questions remain about the killing of Jo Cox, rampant xenophobia stoked up by the British press has doubtless played its part, writes RABBIL SIKDAR
posted by Morning Star in Features
Jo Cox’s murder should make us think long and hard about racist discourse in modern Britain, says JOANA RAMIRO
Smearing opponents as un-British and traitors seems to have become an acceptable part of political campaigning in this country, but such incendiary comments have consequences, writes Paddy McGuffin
THE man who tackled Jo Cox’s killer is believed to be ex-miner and former mines rescue worker Bernard Kenny, 77.
Mr Kenny, who lives in Birstall where the attack took place, saw alleged murderer Thomas Mair verbally abusing Ms Cox as she left her Birstall constituency office,...
posted by Morning Star in Britain