Crouch End vigil will remember murdered MP Jo Cox
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A vigil will be held in Crouch End on Sunday to remember murdered MP Jo Cox.
The event, at 2.30pm, will be an opportunity to reflect on the Labour MP’s life.
The 41-year-old was shot and stabbed outside a library in Birstall, West Yorkshire yesterday.
Sunday’s vigil will be held under the tree outside Hornsey Town Hall, where there will be candles and singing.
There will also be a Father’s Day card to sign to show solidarity with the MP’s husband, Brendan.
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Singing will be led by Songworks Choir.
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