The Deputy Prime minister Nick Clegg has spent the morning telling stories to schoolchildren.
He read to pupils at Cutteslowe Primary School as part of his visit to Oxfordshire.
The leader of the liberal democrats is now on his way to a public meeting in Abingdon.
More top news
People are invited to share alleged racism or xenophobia stories after Brexit vote to highlight "need for a plan to tackle" social effects.
More than 1,800 litter pickers will clear an estimated 57 tonnes of reusable items and half a million sacks of rubbish.
The Polish Embassy said it is "deeply concerned" by alleged incidents of abuse directed against Polish people after the Brexit vote.