"I'm really worried that you cannot see that you have made this all about you and not about them," the MP for Birmingham Yardley told the Labour leader.
“Victory for freedom," Marine Le Pen said. "Just as I’ve been calling for years, we must have the same referendum in France and across EU member states."
The UKIP leader’s choice of words has been criticised in the wake of Jo Cox's death.
"Suddenly it doesn’t seem so much of an issue. So why all the panic?"
The senior Labour MP has reported the incident to police after being targeted on Twitter.
"She was a politician and she had very strong political views, and I believe she was killed because of those views," Brendan Cox told the BBC.
There are untruths, half-truths, and statistics.
Asked if he thought the move was tasteless, Arron Banks told LBC Radio: "You may think that. I don't."
Baroness Sayeeda Warsi said she could no longer support the Leave campaign and accused it of promoting “hate and xenophobia”.
The Labour MP was working with a hate-crime monitoring group to find a way to make Muslim women in her constituency feel safer.
Speaking in the West Yorkshire town where Cox was killed, the party leaders stood together to pay tribute to the MP and said parliament will be recalled on Monday.
The Labour MP was a mother of two young children and a passionate advocate for the people of Syria.
The actor hopes a new video she appears in will encourage young people to vote on the UK's EU membership.
Cables leaked to The Sunday Times reveal that British diplomats discussed allowing some Turkish passport holders visa-free travel to the UK.
"Even if sterling were to fall a few percentage points after Brexit, so what?," the UKIP leader said. "The point is we have a floating currency and it would be good for exports."
Economists spoke to BuzzFeed News about how the EU referendum on 23 June might affect the housing market.
Sarah Wollaston said the official Vote Leave campaign was misleading voters and that she was unable to deliver its leaflets because she knew its claims were "untrue".
Anyone who uses a daily or weekly travelcard, or a contactless card, will not be protected from rising travel prices.
The decision came after thousands of people were unable to register online when the government's website crashed due to higher-than-expected traffic.