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2016-06-16 Jo Cox MP dead after shooting attack Birstall, West Yorkshire, Northern England
2. 2016-06-16 British lawmaker critically wounded in shooting Birstall, Northern England
D. 2014-09-19 Politicians ponder Scotland's future Manchester, Northern England
4. 2013-05-04 Lawmaker arrested on suspicion of rape Lancashire, Northern England
F. 2012-07-25 Boy flies to Rome without passport Manchester, Northern England
G. 2010-04-28 PM apologizes for calling woman 'bigot' Rochdale, Northern England
H. 2009-04-15 Fans pay homage to Hillsborough victims Liverpool, Northern England
I. 2008-05-22 Tories snatch Crewe from Labour Crewe, Northern England

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  British lawmaker critically wounded in shooting   A gunman who witnesses said shouted "Britain First" shot and critically wounded 41-year-old Jo Cox, a member of the Labor Part Politicians ponder Scotland's future Map of Manchester United Kingdom  In Manchester, delegates at Labour's conference gather as the party forms its response to the 'No' vote fallout UEFA charges CSKA Moscow over Yaya Toure's racism claims  UEFA has opened disciplinary proceedings after Manchester City's Yaya Toure claimed he was abused by monkey chants from the stands Lawmaker arrested on suspicion of rape Map of Lancashire United Kingdom  British media say that Deputy House of Commons Speaker Nigel Evans has been arrested for questioning on suspicion of rape and sexual assault Boy flies to Rome without passport Map of Manchester United Kingdom  An 11-year-old boy boarded a plane from Manchester to Rome on his own without a passport, tickets or boarding pass   PM apologizes for calling woman 'bigot' Map of Rochdale United Kingdom  Gordon Brown described himself as a 'penitent sinner' after personally apologizing to a voter Gillian Duffy, he described as a 'bigoted woman' Fans pay homage to Hillsborough victims   Thousands of Liverpool fans marked the 20th anniversary of the disaster in a special memorial service at Anfield where 96 died on April 15, ... Tories snatch Crewe from Labour   The Conservative Party has achieved its first by-election gain in 26 years, taking the previously safe Labour seat   Blair: My political journey is over  British Prime Minister defended his record as the country's leader for the past decade Sir Anthony Eden born Map of Windlestone Hall United Kingdom
  Jo Cox MP dead after shooting attack Map of Birstall West Yorkshire United Kingdom

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  Labour MP for Batley and Spen has died after she was shot and stabbed in a 'horrific' assault in her constituency, police have said

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Jun. 12, 1897  
  An English Conservative politician who served three periods as Foreign Secretary and then a short period as Prime Minister from 1955-57

Sep. 22, 1880  
  A co-founder of the Women's Social and Political Union (WSPU), she directed its militant actions from exile in France from 1912 to 1913
Aug. 16, 1819   Peterloo Massacre Map of St Peter%27s Field Manchester United Kingdom
  Cavalry charged into a crowd of 60,00080,000 that had gathered to demand the reform of parliamentary representation
Feb. 5, 1788 St. Robert Peel born Map of Ramsbottom United Kingdom
  A British Conservative statesman, who reformed and liberalised the criminal law, and created the modern police force
Feb. 14, 1400 Richard II murdered Map of Pontefract Castle Pontefract United Kingdom  He is thought to have starved to death in captivity on or around 14 February 1400

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