Thomas Mair Jo Coxs Naziobsessed killer who hid extreme farRight views for

first_img Police outside Thomas Mair's neat two-bedroom semi-detached home in Birstall, West Yorkshire There were no flags outside number 86 Lowood Lane, however, the neat two bedroom semi-detached home of Thomas Mair. The 53-year-old loner had no interest in football and told neighbours he thought flags were a “waste of money”. Credit: CRAIG BROUGH/Reuters Police outside Thomas Mair’s neat two-bedroom semi-detached home in Birstall, West Yorkshirecenter_img In the weeks leading up to the EU referendum in June, virtually every other house on the Fieldhead Estate in Birstall, West Yorkshire, was festooned with the St George’s flag. It was not the looming Brexit vote that had inspired such patriotism, however, but the European Football Championships taking place in France. Instead, while they sat glued to their TVs following the dismal progress of the England team, Mair was busy plotting how to demonstrate his patriotic credentials…last_img read more