Communities come together in memory of Jo Cox
By Rithika Siddhartha and Sarwar Alam THE HUSBAND of murdered Labour MP Jo Cox has spoken of being overwhelmed by the nationwide response to the Great Get Together last weekend, when tens of thousands of street parties were held in memory of his wife. Brendan Cox set up the Jo Cox Foundation in her memory and planned the informal get-togethers to celebrate what we have in common, rather than what divides communities, and which was a central theme of the late MP’s first speech in parliament. In an interview with Eastern Eye last week, Cox said he wanted the anniversary…
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