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Public guidance for what to do during a terrorist attack #RunHideTell

By on March 24, 2017 in Terrorism with 0 Comments
Public guidance for what to do during a terrorist attack #RunHideTell

Blunt headline but we live in troubled times. Hard reality of life at the moment is that we all need to have some idea of how to behave if we should be caught up in a terrorist attack. Many of the victims of the Westminster attacks had no chance to react but that is not always going […]

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Interfaith vigil for victims of Westminster attacks #WeStandTogether

By on March 24, 2017 in News, Terrorism with 0 Comments
Interfaith vigil for victims of Westminster attacks #WeStandTogether

Flowers were laid during a memorial service for the victims of the Westminster attacks last night at St. John’s Bethnal Green church. In addition to John Biggs, Mayor of Tower Hamlets, elected members and a representative from the police dozens of Tower Hamlets residents paid their respects during the vigil. Hate will not divide Tower Hamlets […]

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Tower Hamlets vigil for Westminster victims tonight #WeStandTogether

By on March 23, 2017 in Events, Terrorism with 0 Comments
Tower Hamlets vigil for Westminster victims tonight #WeStandTogether

Everyone is invited to a vigil tonight in support of the victims of yesterday’s attack in Westminster.The vigil will be led by the Bishop of Stepney and Tower Hamlets Interfaith Forum from 6.30pm at St John on Bethnal Green, 200 Cambridge Heath Road, E2 9PA.John Biggs, Mayor of Tower Hamlets said: “London will not be divided […]

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Honour PC Keith Palmer by carrying on with a normal day

By on March 23, 2017 in Comment, Crime & Policing, Terrorism with 0 Comments
Honour PC Keith Palmer by carrying on with a normal day

The events of yesterday at Parliament and Westminster Bridge had the sole purpose of ‘terrorising’ Londoners. The criminal who was shot dead by the police failed in his task as will any who follow him.The sheer raw courage of PC Keith Palmer who was murdered as he tried to stop the criminal who attacked him with […]

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Cllr. Julia Dockerill carries on with case work during Parliament lockdown

By on March 22, 2017 in Terrorism with 0 Comments
Cllr. Julia Dockerill carries on with case work during Parliament lockdown

A typically British example of ‘keeping calm and carrying on’ today from  our very own Cllr. Julia Dockerill in the immediate aftermath of the terrorist attack on Parliament today.Julia sent LW an email about various community matters as she was in lock-down in the Norman Shaw north building (just next to Parliament) where she does […]

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