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"We are not afraid": London unites over social media

24 Mar 17

Solidarity in London following yesterday’s attack is trending with the message ‘We are not afraid’. The London tube posted an image of their logo bearing the supportive message and it is going viral on Twitter.


Citizens and celebrities alike are tweeting their support and solidarity as London moves forward in the wake of the attack yesterday, when four people were killed and 29 injured by a lone attacker in Westminster.


Tube stations across London displayed positive messages to boost the spirits of travellers.



Facebook has also activated its Safety Check tool, which allows users in London to notify friends and family of their safety with a Facebook post.

The tool has been used following past attacks in Paris, Berlin and Pakistan.

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