Remembering Jo Cox MP


Plymouth Labour remembers Jo Cox who was tragically murdered this week. She was a tireless campaigner for our shared values, a believer in change and she died doing what all good MPs do, listening and speaking to constituents.

As a mark of respect and in memory of Jo Cox campaigning for the EU Referendum has been suspended by the Labour Party. Jo was a believer in the UK remaining part of the EU and we will be re-doubling our efforts to win the referendum on Monday, but not today.

Remembering Jo Cox


Last night a candle lighting vigil was held at Plymouth Labour in remembrance of Jo Cox. Members and supporters shared their feelings of loss, anger and grief and a moment of silence was held on the Hoe in memory of Jo. On behalf of Plymouth Labour we are sending our solidarity and love to Jo's husband Brendan, their two children and her local Labour Party and community. 

You can read Jeremy Corbyn's statement here.

Book of Condolence


We have opened a book of condolence for Jo Cox at our offices on Alfred Street near the Hoe. The book opened by Cllr Tudor Evans will remain open to be signed for the duration of the Referendum campaign. If you would like to sign the book please visit our offices. They're open every day until Thursday and we're based on Alfred Street just off Lockyer Street. You don't have to be a Labour member to sign the book. It is open to everyone.

The national Labour Party has a digital book of condolence which is available to sign online here.