The Prime Minister Teresa May has paid tribute to murdered MP Jo Cox on the second anniversary of her death. She described her as an inspirational campaigner and humanitarian whose mission in life was defined by 'hope and love.'
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn posted on social media "We miss her commitment to fighting injustice and her conviction that a better world is possible."
Jo's husband, Brendan Cox said today the family will be 'remembering her smile, her empathy, her energy and her love.' He added that they plan to celebrate her life on what would have been her 44th birthday with 'Great Get Together' events next weekend.
The Batley and Spen MP was killed in her constituency in 2016 by far-right fanatic Thomas Mair. He is serving a life sentence for her murder.