Some of the Labour MPs who entered parliament in 2015, the same time as Jo Cox, have paid tribute to her in a new video.
Cox, who was killed last week, is described as "a mother, a fighter, a campaigner,an internationalist, a feminist, a proud Yorkshire lass"
"We wish to honour or friend, and fight for what she stood for. Across our communities, across our country, and across our world: we are far more united, and we have far more in common than that which divides us," the MPs say.
The MPs added: "She was our Jo."
MPs filled the Commons on Monday afternoon to pay tribute to Cox. Jeremy Corbyn said her very life was a “demonstration against despair”.
“Jo Cox didn’t just believe in loving her neighbour, she believed in loving her neighbour’s neighbour. She saw a a world of neighbours. She believed every life counted equally,” he said.
Backbench and frontbench MPs on all sides of the Commons also paid emotional tribute.
Suggested For You
Get top stories and blog posts emailed to me each day. Newsletters may offer personalized content or advertisements. Learn more