Prime Minister David Cameron urged unity against hatred on Monday as members of Britain's parliament held a tearful special session to pay tribute to their murdered colleague Jo Cox.
The British leader called on lawmakers to join forces against "the hatred that killed her".
Cox, a member of the opposition Labour Party who backed British membership of the EU in the run-up to a June 23 referendum, was shot and killed last Thursday in a northern English village.
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