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After Jo Cox: the unsung MPs quietly making Britain better
by Peter Walker, Political Correspondent
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24 December 2016
On 24 December 2016 The Guardian reported:
Jo Cox, who was the Labour MP for Batley and Spen in West Yorkshire, was passionate about issues including Syria, refugees, and child welfare. Shortly after Jo Cox [passed away], newspapers began to detail the work this relatively new and previously somewhat low-profile MP. This prompted a number of readers to contact the Guardian. Why, they asked, had they not known about this before? 'I'd love to hear all the good things that our MPs up and down the country are doing and fighting for on a daily basis,' one wrote. Below are five MPs, and their personal crusades.
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