Are we safe? Killing of UK lawmaker makes colleagues nervous

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By Elizabeth Piper and Kylie MacLellan LONDON (Reuters) – Last week, British lawmaker Christian Wakeford opened his office door in the market town of Radcliffe to a passer-by who wanted to talk about the area’s regeneration. A day later, Wakeford said, he would not have let the man straight into his office. What had changed was that a day after Wakeford’s conversation with the man, his fellow Conservative Party lawmaker David Amess was stabbed to death at a church in southern England as he was meeting local people. The killing, five years after opposition Labour lawmaker Jo Cox was shot and st…

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