We could all learn a lot from how the late Jo Cox got consensus
Cox and Conservative MP Andrew Mitchell were an unlikely partnership
‘At the time, her party leadership was against military intervention in Syria and mine was in favour, which meant the atmosphere around the issue was quite heated. But she was completely uninterested in any of that. She just wanted to do the right thing.”
Andrew Mitchell’s tribute in the Daily Telegraph to his murdered colleague, Jo Cox, was a declaration for consensus-based decision-making.
Mitchell and Cox were an unlikely partnership. The...
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