Jo Cox was a unique Labour MP whose approach to politics, international development and her family marked her out as compassionate and clever. Her work in Westminster and life outside Parliament were cruelly cut short in an act of senseless barbarity in Birstall, West Yorkshire, 16 June 2016.
MPs, activists and the wider Labour movement are grieving today while the deepest pain is borne by her husband and their two children.
See tributes to Jo Cox in LabourList [Here]
This Government is the most secretive in our lifetimes.
Now David Cameron is trying to unpick the Freedom of Information Act, stopping the public knowing what he is up to. No government should limit access to information that should be freely available. It’s an argument we can and must win. Get involved in the Labour Party campaign to save the Freedom of Information Act – [Click Here]
If you sign the form you probably need to give your last UK registered post code.
The Labour Party campaign briefing is available [Here]