Tributes have poured in for MP Jo Cox on the day of her private funeral in her Batley and Spen constituency.
Labour's Tom Watson was among the MPs expressing his condolences, as well as Mary Creagh, Paula Sherriff and Jeff Smith.
It's Jo Cox's funeral today. I'm thinking of Brendan, their kids and family this morning.
-- tom_watson (@tom_watson) July 15, 2016
-- Mary Creagh (@MaryCreaghMP) July 15, 2016
-- Jeff Smith (@JeffSmithetc) June 30, 2016
The mother of two young children died on June 16 after being shot and stabbed outside a library in Birstall, West Yorkshire.
Her killing provoked a wave of shock around the UK and across the world.
Take a moment today to remember Jo Cox who was also killed by an act of hatred. A person who fought to bring the world together. #LoveLikeJo
-- Joule (@joulepaper) July 15, 2016
World in desperate need of love, compassion. 21st century but some people still don't know how to love #LoveLikeJo
-- Ghislaine Gazon (@GhislaineGazon) July 15, 2016
Thoughts to the family of Jo Cox today on her funeral. The news stories today should encourage us to #LoveLikeJo and fight hatred&division ?
-- Jess ? (@jessswy) July 15, 2016
Cox had only been an MP for just over a year when she was killed, having been elected for the Batley and Spen constituency, where she grew up, in last year's general election.
Her dedication to a range of causes, both as an MP and in her previous work with development charities, has drawn praise from all sides of the political spectrum and prompted calls for a rethink of the public's attitude to public figures and the nature of political discourse.
#LoveLikeJo is something we can all do. The world is very sad at the moment and we can all learn from her empathy, strength and integrity.
-- Rosie May (@rosieandmilz) July 15, 2016
Today we will spread extra love and kindness across the day ? #LoveLikeJo
-- Tracy Richardson (@Planet_Skills) July 15, 2016
Today let us honour the memory of Jo Cox #LoveLikeJo as we grieve for so many innocent deaths in Nice & all the world's troubled places.
-- Claire Herring (@clairethefish) July 15, 2016
Cox's family asked that the funeral service remained a small, private occasion for close friends and family only.