Wajid?said that Cox was focused on "building communities" and dedicated to overturning the image of Batley as a breeding ground for "terrorism", after a few arrests were made against suspects in the area.
As condolences poured in,cheap retro jordans, Thomas Mair, the 52-year-old man suspected of killing Cox, appeared in court. When asked his name, he responded:?"My name is death to traitors, freedom to Britain."
Reports have suggested that during the murder,cheap jordan shoes, the suspect shouted "Britain First". Britain First is a far-right group in England that describes itself as a "street defence organisation".
One of Cox's final campaigns was for Britain to remain in the European Union; her death came one week before the June 23 EU referendum.
"She was against right-wing extremism," said Wajid. "She really felt that Prevent, the government's counterterrorism strategy, was focusing on so-called Islamic terrorism, and that it was polarising communities."