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Londoners have been paying tribute to the victims of the Westminster attack

Alexandra Sims

Londoners have been paying tribute to the victims of yesterday’s terror attack at Westminster. Four people died after a man drove a car into crowds on Westminster Bridge before the driver attacked a policeman with a knife in the grounds of the Palace of Westminster. At least 40 others were injured. The attacker was shot dead during the incident. 

Just hours after the attack, Londoners have been laying floral tributes on the south side of the bridge and at the Police Memorial Trust. A message on one of the condolence cards reads: ‘Love from all. We are not afraid.’ 

As tributes poured in for those killed and injured, at tube stations across the capital staff have shared messages of solidarity, defiance and unity on white service information boards. Many of their messages are accompanied by hashtags such as #LondonIsOpen, #Westminster #WeAreNotAfraid and #IAmLondon, which have been trending on Twitter since yesterday evening. 


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