Friday 24 March 2017

Defiant Londoners Returning To Work After Westminster Terror Attack

 Westminster Terror Attack

Defiant Londoners returned to work on Thursday morning acting “as normal and unafraid” after a terror attack in the heart of the city that left four dead.

A black-clad man, armed with two knives, ploughed his car through a crowd of people on Westminster Bridge before fatally stabbing an officer outside Parliament. He was shot dead by armed police at the scene.

Less than 24 hours later, commuters have been using the hashtag "WeAreNotAfraid" in a show of solidarity, and to prove that life is already returning to normal in the capital.

Diane Abbott, the shadow Home Secretary, tweeted: “Off to work as usual like millions of Londoners,” on Thursday morning.

She was joined by thousands of fellow commuters getting on with their daily routines.



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