On 16th June 2016 political campaigning ahead of the UK's referendum on membership of the European Union was at its height. Jo Cox the Member of Parliament for the constituency of Batley and Spen was on her way to the public library in the village of Birstall, West Yorkshire to attend one of her regular constituency surgeries - meeting one-on-one with members of the public who needed her help and advice. As the 41-year-old Labour Party politician made her way from her car to the library she was attacked by Thomas Mair, a 52-year-old local man. Mair stabbed Cox and when she fell to the ground Mair shot her and stabbed her again as she lay on the pavement. 77-year-old Bernard Carter-Kelly attempted to come to the MP's aid and was himself stabbed by Mair. Members of the public followed the attacker as they phoned for the police and when armed officers arrived Mair was arrested. This film makes use of eye-witness testimonies to tell the story of the brutal murder of the mother of two and ...