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The mother of Jo Cox's killer Thomas Mair has spoken of her horror at the MP's murder and her son's conviction.
Mary Goodall, from Birstall, told ITV News she had been shocked by what happened.
She said: "It's a sad day. It's a sad, sad thing from beginning to end.
"I never saw any of this coming."
The husband of Jo Cox MP said that her killer has committed an act of "terrorism" which had backfired to unite the country in grief.
Brendan Cox said he had seen Britain at its "compassionate, courageous and kind" best in response to the killing carried out by Thomas Mair.
The sister of slain MP Jo Cox has said the family will not be beaten by her murder and are determined to respond to the hatred of her killing with strength and love.
Kim Leadbeater said the family were still processing their grief but were "stronger and more united than ever" in a statement after Mrs Cox's killer Thomas Mair was given a whole life term for the murder.
She vowed they would continue to champion to values that the MP represented, which she described as "compassion, tolerance, acceptance, understanding and a determination to continue to fight for what is right."
The widower of murdered Jo Cox told the Old Bailey he felt "nothing but pity for" Thomas Mair.
Brendan Cox said he was not there for "retribution".
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She may have only served her constituents for little more than a year, but those whose lives Jo Cox touched won't forget her lasting legacy.
Thomas Mair is being described as an extremist, a fanatic, an assassin – even ‘a constituent’. But make no mistake – he is a terrorist.