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Jo Cox murder
Lindsay Hoyle has paid tribute to Labour MP Jo Cox, on the fourth anniversary of her murder.
Jo Cox's sister has urged people to "pull together with compassion and kindness" on the fourth anniversary of the MP's murder.
The Labour MP for Batley and Spen was shot and stabbed by far-right extremist Thomas Mair.
Mair shouted "Britain first" in the attack, which took place a week before the EU referendum vote.
Kim Leadbeater said it was time for people to be more tolerant and listen to the point of view of others.
She said: "How can we still be living in a world where people are abused, attacked and killed because of the colour of their skin?"
A man who threatened Change UK leader Anna Soubry, referencing the murdered MP Jo Cox, has been jailed for a year.
Alden Bryce Barlow, 55, of Milton Walk, Doncaster, South Yorkshire, sent a letter to Ms Soubry in her constituency in Nottingham.
The message read: "Cox was first, you are next" and referred to Ms Soubry as "treacherous" and "worthless".
He was jailed at Sheffield Crown Court and given a 10-year order preventing him from contacting Ms Soubry.
He was also ordered not to go near Ms Soubry's constituency address in Nottingham.
The sister of the murdered MP, Jo Cox, has told a committee of MPs that the nature of political discourse needs to change. Kim Leadbeater was giving evidence as part of an inquiry into hate crime. Mandy Baker reports. There's more from Today In Parliament at 1130pm on BBC Radio 4 and BBC Sounds.