Jim Pickard @PickardJE Chief Political Correspondent, Financial Times Sep. 26, 2019 1 min read

Brendan Cox: “I was thinking about how Jo would respond to it last night and I think she would have tried to bring a generosity of spirit to it....and step back from this inferno of rhetoric....what isn’t acceptable is to demonise each other and create this tribal identity.”

Cox: “I don’t think he (Johnson) is an evil man...we should remember our humanity...all of us should take a deep breath and step back from this polarisation.” #today

now @NSoames says there was “not a word of contrition and humility” from Boris Johnson: “I despair to be frank.”

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