Tag Archives: Brendan Cox

Finding our Social Purpose

I have been troubled by bad dreams since I heard of the death of Jo Cox, I did not know here , I did not know of her, her life and mine were never likely to have crossed paths. It … Continue reading

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Please vote – out of respect.

If you read no other article this weekend, read this by the Fleet Street Fox. It says what I was trying to say in an amateurish way yesterday, it talks of Jo Cox’s death as a wake-up call to those of … Continue reading

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Jo Cox is dead – she has not died for nothing

Jo Cox is dead, almost certainly killed by a right wing extremist who shouted “Put Britain First” as he killed her. Andrew Michell MP described her as a “five foot bundle of Yorkshire grit and determination absolutely committed to helping other … Continue reading

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