The family of British lawmaker Jo Cox, who was killed outside her West Yorkshire electorate office on Thursday, have paid tribute to the parliamentarian and mother of two young children.
The move is aimed at addressing what is considered a national health issue, and honoring slain Labour MP Jo Cox. Cox, who was murdered in the run-up to the Brexit referendum in 2016, advocated for help for the lonely.
UK Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson has said he wants to reach out to Remain voters who still have concerns about Brexit. Johnson said a second Brexit vote would result in another year of "wrangling and turmoil."
Brexit opponents have begun pushing for a new referendum in the hopes that British voters have had a change of heart about leaving the European Union. That may be the case, reports Samira Shackle from London.
Despite plunging approval ratings and calls from prominent quarters for a second EU referendum, Theresa May appears to be safe in her job for the time being. Samira Shackle reports from London.
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