jo cox

Sometimes I can’t even begin to deal with the grieving process while there is still so much work to be done.
Activists have had ribs cracked, been punched in the face, and called 'traitors' – the word used by MP Jo Cox's murderer when he appeared in court in 2017.
After the Supreme Court’s ruling that Boris Johnson’s prorogation of parliament was unlawful, MPs returned to Westminster. The debate however immediately descended into what will go down as one of parliament’s lowest moments, with Johnson accused of inflammatory language by friends of murdered MP Jo Cox. Is Brexit not really about Brexit anymore and more about something else? Outside Westminster, Labour’s party conference in Brighton was dogged by splits. Does it look like a party ready to govern? Brexit and parliamentary expert at the Institute for Government, Maddy Thimont Jack and Director of the UK In A Changing Europe’s Anand Menon join Arj and Paul to discuss the week.
Brendan Cox has urged all sides to dial down dangerous rhetoric after angry scenes in the Commons on Wednesday night.
Shadow culture secretary Tom Watson tells HuffPost UK that Jennifer Arcuri's move will "set even more alarm bells ringing" about a £100,000 government grant award.
MPs returned to the Commons on Wednesday with outbursts and outrage after *that* Supreme Court ruling.
Prime minister insists the best way to honour the MP murdered during the Brexit referendum was to "get Brexit done".
Amid the most ferocious political storm in recent memory, we must stem the tide of abuse and intimidation in public life, write the Jo Cox Foundation's Jacqui Smith, Catherine Anderson and Kim Leadbeater
Jo Cox used to say there was no such thing as the ‘too difficult’ pile – more than ever we have to continue in that spirit and build on what we do have in common