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British Nationalist Who Murdered Jo Cox: Tells Court His Name Is "Death To Traitors, Freedom For Britain”


'She was a human being, she was perfect': Jo Cox's family make heartbreaking tribute to slain MP as man accused of her murder gives his name as 'death to traitors, freedom for Britain' in court

Labour MP's Jo Cox's sister today paid a heartbreaking tribute to her sibling - just hours after the man accused of killing her gave his name in court as 'death to traitors, freedom for Britain'. Kim Leadbeater fought back tears as she gave a poignant speech dedicated to the politician who was tragically killed in Birstall, West Yorkshire, on Thursday. She described her late sister as being 'perfect' and also gave a special mention to the heroic and 'courageous' pensioner Bernard Kenny, 77, who tried to save her life in her 'hour of need'. Ms Leadbeater added that Mrs Cox will 'live on' through her 'truly wonderful children' and that the family is broken 'for now' but that it will mend over time and they will never let 'Jo leave their lives'. Daily Mail Read More>>>>>>

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