Brexit Campaign Falters After MP Murder
LONDON, United Kingdom - The campaign to get Britain out of the European Union has fallen behind according to the latest poll. The figures put together by Survation show Remain 2 percent ahead, following the murder of Jo Cox MP on Thursday.
Campaigning in the referendum was suspended for two days but during that time a rumor circulated that the killer had shouted "Britain First" during the attack. This led a number of national newspapers to suggest the murder was linked to Mrs Cox's pro-European stance. The Daily Star newspaper went further leading with the front-page "MP Dead After Attack By Brexit Gunman".
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