There is startle and annoy in a UK after MP Jo Cox was shot and stabbed in a streets on Thursday.
Her father has called on people to “fight opposite a loathing that killed her”, and echoed a view listened opposite a domestic spectrum, that she “believed in a improved universe and fought for it bland of her life”.
Early reports advise her murdering might have been politically motivated.
Witnesses reported conference a gunman scream “Britain First” – a name of a far-right anti-immigration organization in a UK.
The organization has distanced itself from a attack.
But has an increasingly antagonistic discuss about immigration and Britain’s place in a European Union combined a conditions that led to Thursday’s attack?
Presenter: Folly Bah Thibault
Matthew Feldman – Professor of History during Teesside University
Richard Ensor – Deputy News Editor during The Economist
Sunny Hundal – Journalist and Blogger who focuses on counter-terrorism and temperament politics
Source: Al Jazeera