By Bryony Jones, CNN Updated 1726 GMT (0126 HKT) June 18, 2016 Chat with us in Facebook Messenger. Find out what’s happening in the world as it unfolds. Birstall, UK (CNN)Nobody is shopping in the supermarket. The cafes are empty of customers. And the library is even quieter than normal. This is Market Street in Birstall, northern England; until two days ago, it was just another ordinary small street, in an ordinary small town — one of hundreds of unassuming spots just like it. British MP Jo Cox killed Now, with a police officer on guard, copious amounts of blue and white crime scene tape strung across the road, and the world’s media camped out around the corner, it is anything but. Messages from British Prime Minister David Cameron and Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn in a book of condolence at St. Peter’s Church. What happened here on Thursday afternoon, as shoppers wandered among the market stalls nearby, shocked the country, halted campaigning in the European Union referendum, and led to claims that democracy itself is under attack. Read More Local Member of Parliament Jo Cox was set upon — shot and stabbed — as she left a meeting in Market… Read full this story
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