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Prime Minister David Cameron has expressed his "shock" at the suicide bomb attack in Lahore which has killed 65 people.
He also pledged that the UK "will do what we can to help".
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn also said his "thoughts" were with the victims and their families.
The Taliban faction Jamaat-ul-Ahrar has claimed responsibility for a suicide bomb attack that killed at least 65 people in the Pakistani city of Lahore on Easter Day.
In a statement the group said the target of its attack was Pakistan's Christian minority.
Islamist militants in Pakistan have attacked Christians and other religious minorities often over the past decade.
Christians have accused the government of doing little to protect them.
Nobel Peace Prize winner Malala Yousafzai has condemned an attack at a park in Lahore, Pakistan which has killed at least 65 people.
In a statement posted on Twitter she described the bombing as "senseless" and urged Pakistan and the world to unite against terrror.
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Users thousands of miles from Lahore have reported being asked to check in safe following the bombing which killed at least 65 people.
Police say at least 280 other people are injured, and most of the dead and injured are women and children.