Jo Cox’s murder in Leeds in June 2016 shocked the nation. For the first time in since the 1990, when Ian Gow was killed by the IRA, a sitting British MP was brutally murdered for doing their job. There were 26 years between those two tragic incidents, and now British politics is left facing a second deadly attack in five years. But what steps can we possibly take to ensure that this violence ends?
Andrew Warren, who was a treasury assistant at Somerville College at the time of the murder, attacked his victim while he was sleeping as part of a 'sexual fantasy'.
Britain's increasing isolation on the world stage makes it an easy target
The LMH principal only managed to raise £80 of the £6500 it sold for at auction today