The UK in 2016 as seen by Press Association photographers
Flowers for the local Labour MP Jo Cox lined the floor outside Batley Town Hall on EU referendum polling day. Mrs Cox was murdered in West Yorkshire a week before the vote. Prosecutors said her killer was motivated by hate and his crimes were "nothing less than acts of terrorism".
GREXIT? ‘Joining the Euro was WRONG’ say Greeks as majority claim bloc WILL collapse
One man burns EU flag as one holds up Greece flag. Kostas Panagopoulos, head of the Alco polling company, said: "The lingering financial crisis has made Greeks increasingly resentful of the EU. "It's the first time that such negative feelings for the euro have been recorded in Greece."Euroscepticism remains especially high among 15 to 24 year-olds, with 46.9 per cent of young people now being unemployed as jobless soars across all ages. (EU flags should be banned. EU in its death throes…
Before and after Brexit: Photo highlights of British politics in 2016: Brexit: Nuns leave after casting their votes at a polling station in London, as Britain holds a referendum on whether to stay or leave the European Union (EU) on 23 June 2016. Justin Tallis/AFP
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