The Staggers 16 June 2016 EU campaigning suspended following death of Jo Cox MP Both Leave and Remain have suspended their campaigns, and the BBC has cancelled Question Time tonight. Getty Sign UpGet the New Statesman's Morning Call email. Sign-up Following the death of Labour MP Jo Cox, both Leave and Remain have suspended their campaigning in the EU referendum. Special episodes of Question Time and This Week have also been cancelled, the BBC announced. Newsnight will not air its usual broadcast from the "Referendum truck" - scheduled for Chipping Norton - and instead host Kirsty Wark will head to Leeds. David Cameron was due to address a meeting in Gibraltar, but this has been cancelled. Boris Johnson said this afternoon that the Leave "battle bus" would also cease campaigning. The governor of the Bank of England, Mark Carney, has cancelled a planned speech at Mansion House and will instead offer short remarks on today's events, as will the chancellor George Osborne. Yesterday, Cox - with her husband and her two young children - sailed up the Thames in a boat, to counteract an anti-EU flotilla overseen by Ukip's Nigel Farage. My hubby @MrBrendanCox & children taking part in the battle of the #Thames - because we're #StrongerIn #Remain pic.twitter.com/6JNMnQ4Zfg — Jo Cox MP (@Jo_Cox1) June 15, 2016 This afternoon, the official campaign to leave the EU tweeted: Our campaign is suspended. Our thoughts and deepest sympathies are with Jo Cox's family. — Vote Leave (@vote_leave) June 16, 2016 While the Remain campaign tweeted: We are suspending all campaigning for the day. Our thoughts are with Jo Cox and her family. — Stronger In (@StrongerIn) June 16, 2016 › “Jo died doing her public duty”: Jeremy Corbyn pays tribute to Jo Cox MP Helen Lewis is a former deputy editor of the New Statesman, who is now a staff writer on the Atlantic. She is the author of Difficult Women: A History of Feminism in 11 Fights (Jonathan Cape). Subscribe For more great writing from our award-winning journalists subscribe for just £1 per month!