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MP's death puts spotlight on far-right party

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>> The murder of British MP, Joe Cox, turning the spotlight on a fringe far-right group. The killer reportedly shouting Britain first, or put Britain first, as he shot and stabbed the MP. Britain First is the name of an extreme nationalist and anti-immigrant party. It promptly put out a statement dissociating itself from the attack.
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>> It's an outrage, and I hope that the person who carried out this heinous crime will get what he deserves. Probably not in this country.>> The party under scrutiny, even so. On its web site, Britain First says it hates white left-wing politicians, who it says have sold the country out.
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It also has a history of direct actions. Leader Paul Golden, here seen turning his back on new London mayor, Sadiq Khan. That was in protest at the city's choice of a Muslim leader.