All deleted tweets from politicians

The details of Thomas Mair’s trial and conviction have been so very disturbing. Jo’s death wasn’t so much a murder as an assassination.

RT @MrBrendanCox: Feel a bit sick at Jo’s name being used in this way. The best way to honour Jo is for all of us (no matter our views) to stand up for what we believe in, passionately and with determination. But never to demonise the other side and always hold onto what we have in common.

RT @jeremycorbyn: Two years ago today our brilliant colleague Jo Cox was murdered by a far-right extremist. From Jo’s death to the attacks in Westminster, Manchester and London Bridge, to the murder of Makram Ali, families and communities have come together to say we won't be divided. https://t.co/RguKB1WhHM

Jeremy Corbyn (Labour) tweeted :

Two years ago today our brilliant colleague Jo Cox was murdered by a far-right extremist. From Jo’s death to the attacks in Westminster, Manchester and London Bridge, to the murder of Makram Ali, families and communities have come together to say we won't be divided. https://t.co/RguKB1WhHM

Sadiq Khan (Labour) tweeted :

Thank you @VilleBruxellrs for this moving display of solidarity with Jo’s family as we honour her work of bringing people together & fighting the politics of hate. #MoreInCommon