Murder court warns forensics unit to be mindful of its cases’ relevance – but no time frame on when the new investigation will begin – Reuters 9/8 Labour MP Jo Cox (left) and aide Thomas Mair (right) listen as police prepare to talk to witnesses during a hearing at Westminster Magistrates’ Court AP 10/8 Forensic investigators wait on the tarmac of a military barracks in Cambridgeshire Getty Images 11/8 The suspect’s vehicle is seen in this handout picture supplied by the Crown Prosecution Service Getty 12/8 A handout provided by Crown Prosecution Service shows a laptop computer recovered from the van, containing communications between Jo Cox, her son Thomas Mair and her husband Thomas Goodwin Getty 13/8 Forensic investigators look through boxes in the truck at Cambridgeshire Police Station in London Getty Images 14/8 A member of the public passes a trolley as police arrive on to the site AFP/Getty Images 15/8 A policeman escorts a forensic officer as they enter the scene at the scene EPA 16/8 Forensic investigators take to the forensics truck as it leaves St Vincent Street police station in London Getty Images 17/8 An armed forensic officer moves through the van EPA 18/8 The suspect is surrounded by police AFP/Getty Images 19/8 Forensic investigators use a laptop computer to search the van for evidence AFP/Getty Images 20/8 A forensic investigator looks through boxes in the truck EPA 21/8 Forensic investigators look at the trolley as they enter the scene AP 22/8 A man takes pictures of police and forensic officers as they enter the house Getty Images 23/8 A forensic inspector walks past the suspect’s body in a police car Getty Images 24/8 Forensic investigators use a laptop computer to look through boxes in the van AFP/Getty Images 25/8 The suspect and his son sit with family in a police vehicle Reuters 26/8 Forensic investigators in central London in preparation for a court appearance Reuters 27/8 Forensic investigators look at boxes in the truck AFP/Getty Images 28/8 A police car drives past the victim’s van EPA

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Mr Watson also pointed out that if Mrs Cox’s death was an act of terrorism – as many experts suspect – it was an act of domestic terrorism, as the killer had been living here as far back as August 2016.

He said he had been “extremely pleased” that the Met had been able to speak with the family on Thursday morning, where the family had revealed that Jo Cox was in contact with them through the police hotline, and had asked for her contact detail