The half-brother of the alleged killer of Jo Cox has told ITV News he was "shocked" by the MP's death and said his half-brother "wouldn't hurt a fly".
Duane St Louis said he last saw his brother Tommy Mair around three weeks ago, and wanted to "send his condolences" to her family.
He described Mair as having "never been in trouble in his life, he's not like that, he wouldn't hurt a fly".
He said he'd spoken to Mair's mother and she is "shocked and can't understand what has happened", adding he wasn't aware of Mair having anything to do with guns or knives and asked if his brother was racist he said "no chance".
Fundraising page set up by the MP's family hits the landmark total as thousands donate to good causes in her memory.
The MP had also recorded a video about Islamophobia in Yorkshire - described as a 'hotbed of far-right activity', according to The Times.
Emotional tributes have been paid to Jo Cox tonight as vigils were held around the UK in honour of the murdered MP.