Jo Cox killing raises questions about security for MPs
The fact that Jo Cox was killed on her way to meet constituents has put the issue of MPs security under close scrutiny.
Some politicians chose to cancel their constituency surgeries on Friday and the Labour MP Neil Coyle told the BBC that MPs have been warned of "copycat-style" attacks.
Has the killing of Jo Cox changed the relationship between the public and politicians?
Deputy political editor John Pienaar reports.
17 Jun 2016
- From the section UK