UK referendum campaign resumes in earnest with vote near

Britain’s long and difficult referendum campaign has resumed in earnest after a three-day halt caused by the killing of Labour Party lawmaker Jo Cox in a brazen knife and gun attack.

The death has cast a pall over the referendum set for Thursday, and its impact on the eventual results – if any – is unclear.

The campaign tone was perhaps a bit more moderate Sunday as both sides in the bruising battle over whether Britain should remain a member of the 28-nation European Union seemed to take a more civil approach.



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