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Minute's silence held across the South to remember those killed in London terror attack

This was the scene in Hastings at 11am Photo: ITV Meridian

It has been three days since the London terror attack and today the South remembered all of those affected.

In schools, offices, train stations and hospitals people stopped what they were doing for a minute's silence.

Seven people were killed and 48 were injured after the van and knife attack on Saturday night.

In Hastings, the Mayor and members of the public gathered together to pay tribute.

Cllr Judy Rogers, Mayor of Hastings

In Reading, the town centre was eerily quiet as shoppers reflected on events.

A book of condolence has been opened at Reading Borough Council so people can leave messages for the victims and their families.

Peter Sloman, Chief Executive, Reading Borough Council

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