sexta-feira, 17 de junho de 2016

"It was a great mobilizing member and with a huge compassion"

The United Kingdom is in mourning. Condolence messages arrive from all over the world.

Members, including the leader of the Labour Party, Jeremy Corbyn, lit candles and placed flowers in front of the House of Commons.

"Violence is not the answer, violence is never the answer to anything. We have to come together and express our deepest condolences to the family. We lost a wonderful woman, lost a wonderful, but our democracy goes on, her work will go forward, "said Corbyn.

"We lost a big star. She was a Congresswoman, a great mobilizing member with an enormous compassion and a big heart. And people will be very very sad for what happened. Terrible news. Was correct terms suspended campaign activity this referendum and the thoughts of everyone will be with Jo's family and voters in this terrible time, "said the British Prime Minister, David Cameron.

The former Mayor of London, Boris Johnson, opposed the referendum, also reacted on Twitter. "Said to be shocked and sad".

Nigel farage, another opponent, also used Twitter. Claimed to be "deeply saddened and we send condolences to the family".

Deeply saddened to hear that Jo Cox has died. Sincerest condolences to her family.

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