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Crowds line the streets to pay tribute to Labour MP Jo Cox as she is laid to rest in her constituency.
The cortege will pass through Batley and Heckmondwike.
Heckmondwike grammar school staff and pupils are lining the route where the cortege will pass to pay their respects.
The year ten and 6th form pupils wore white roses in tribute to her. Jo had visited the school since becoming an MP
The funeral of Jo Cox will take place this morning.
The Batley and Spen MP died following an attack in her constituency last month. The cortege will pass through Batley and Heckmondwike for people to pay their respects.
David Hall knew Mrs Cox at school. He says the constituency has united since her death.