>> Guilty on all counts and facing life in prison for the murder of British MP Jo Cox. No emotion from Thomas Mair as the verdict was read out at London's Old Bailey on Wednesday. Cox's husband and family watching as the decision was returned after just 90 minutes of deliberation.
The Nazi obsessed fifty year old shot and stabbed Cox repeatedly on the street in front of passers by, shouting "Britain First" just one week before the UK's EU referendum in June. Police searching his house found Nazi memorabilia, alongside newspaper clippings of Cox, including an article she wrote about why she wanted Britain to stay part of the European Union.
He attacked the mother of two as she arrived for work at a local library in her North England constituency. He's also found guilty of causing grievous bodily harm to a pensioner who came to her aid. During trial, Mair gave no plea or evidence in his defense.