The man charged with the murder of MP Jo Cox has re-appeared in court exactly one week after she was brutally killed.

Thomas Mair, 52, of Birstall, appeared at the Old Bailey on Thursday morning via video link from Belmarsh Prison, where he is held.

The appearance, heard among various terrorism-related cases, established a provisional trial date for November 14 this year.

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The trial will be heard before a High Court judge

The court also heard Mair will next appear on September 19, before his plea which is pencilled in for October 4.

Floral tributes in Batley, West Yorkshire, at an event which celebrates what would have been Labour MP Jo Cox's 42nd birthday
Floral tributes in Batley, West Yorkshire, at an event which celebrates what would have been Labour MP Jo Cox's 42nd birthday

Mair is charged with murdering the 41-year-old mother-of-two, grevious bodily harm relating to Bernard Kenny, who tried to intervene, possessing a firearm with intent to commit an indictable offence and possession of an offensive weapon.

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Mrs Cox was killed in the street as she turned up to a constituents’ surgery at Birstall Market Place shortly before 1pm last Thursday.

Vigils were held across the nation and the world on Wednesday as people marked what would have been her 42nd birthday.

Another vigil is being held at the Market Place at 12.45pm today to mark a week since her death.