Londoners on June 17th 2016 left flowers, candles and messages outside Westminster as tributes to murdered Labour Party legislator Jo Cox.
The 41-year-old was shot to death June 16th in her constituency near Leeds in northern England.
A 52-year-old man has been arrested but has not been charged.
He has been named locally as Tommy Mair.
West Yorkshire Police have not offered a motive for the killing.
Hundreds gathered in Trafalgar Square on June 22nd for a celebration of the life of murdered MP Jo Cox on what would have been her 42nd birthday.
Her husband Brendan Cox took the stage to remember his wife and what she stood for.
Cox thanked people for gathering to honour the memory of his wife and said she would have spent her birthday trying to convince people that Britain is stronger in Europe.
But he said that the day was primarily about Jo "and the much wider battle against hatred that she was engaged in."
She had been an outspoken supporter of migrants.
Friends and family planned to hold a celebration of Cox's life in cities around the world June 22nd.
Leading "Leave" campaigner Nigel Farage of Britain's UKIP party on June 24th said the result of the UK referendum showed that the "EU is dying" and predicted other EU members could follow Britain's lead and hold their own leave referendum.
British Prime Minister David Cameron said he will resign by the fall and insists the British people's will must be respected after voters chose to leave the 28-nation European Union.
He said he is not the 'captain' that will steer the country through negotiations.