MPs have been advised to review their security after Labour MP Jo Cox was killed in the street outside her advice surgery yesterday.
Politicians have been told to talk to local police forces about the security measures they have in place for meetings with the public. Emails from the whips office of both parties were sent out in the hours.
Campaigning for the EU referendum remains on hold as a mark of respect for Mrs Cox, with both sides cancelling events which had been scheduled for today.
Meanwhile tributes from across the West Country continue to pour in for Jo Cox. Bristol South MP Karin Smyth was newly elected along with Jo Cox in May 2015.
Bristol North MP Charlotte Leslie has taken to social media to pay tribute to Jo. She says: " We must all daily remember you can't fight hatred with hatred. But only with determined kindness & compassion."
Bath MP, Ben Howlett says surgeries are an 'essential part of an MP's role' and that his planned surgery tomorrow will go ahead.