Brendan Cox: 'What helped me was public support'
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Brendan Cox: What helped me was public support

Brendan Cox, husband of the murdered MP Jo Cox, tells Today that we need to be careful about "giving notoriety" to the Westminster attacker.

Mr Cox said it was public support that helped him in the days following his wife's death.

He urged the public to remember this is a story about "people who didn't come home" and think about the impact this attack will have on their families.

  • 23 Mar
  • From the section UK
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