‘This is the risk that we are all taking,’ says Jo Cox’s sister MP Kim Leadbeater

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Kim Leadbeater, Labour MP for Batley and Spen, the constituency held by her sister Jo Cox until she was murdered during the EU referendum campaign in June 2016, has expressed her shock at the fatal stabbing of MP David Amess. Leadbeater said: ‘That’s the thing people need to understand. This is about a lot of people whose lives will have been changed forever today.’

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