David Cameron has invoked the memory of the murdered Labour MP Jo Cox to press the case for Britain staying in the EU, amid signs of tensions in the Leave camp as the referendum campaign enters its final week.

The prime minister tweeted a link to the last article written by Ms Cox, saying: “Jo Cox’s strong voice in the campaign to remain in the EU will be badly missed.”

With opinion polls suggesting the race is neck-and-neck after a swing to Remain, pro-Brexit figures argued publicly over the tone of their campaign, amid criticism that its focus on immigration had created an ugly mood in Britain.

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