From daily The Independent in Britain today:
The link between Thomas Mair and the Springbok Club goes back ten years
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The man arrested over the killing of Labour MP Jo Cox is believed to have had long-term links with a hard-right group based in London …
Thomas Mair was named as a supporter in an online publication of the Springbok Club, an organisation which has defended the white supremacist apartheid regime in South Africa.
The link between Mair and the Springbok Club goes back ten years when its online magazine, the Springbok Cyber Newsletter, was inquiring about the whereabouts of “Thomas Mair, from Batley in Yorkshire [who] was one of the earliest subscribers and supporters of “S.A. Patriot” who has moved from his address in the Fieldhead Estate district of the town.” … The Springbok Cyber Newsletter … describes itself on its website as being pro-free market capitalism and patriotism and anti-political correctness.
Jo Cox: The Labour MP who campaigned tirelessly for refugees: here.
Mair shouted ‘Britain First‘ while and after murdering Ms Cox. Neo-nazi paramilitary outfit Britain First have been holding an ‘activist training camp’ in the Welsh mountains recently, including ‘knife defence’: here.