Boris Johnson has offered his condolences to people in Munich after a gunman murdered nine people and injured 16 others before killing himself.
Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson said: "I am shocked and appalled by the terrible attack ...in Munich, and the loss of life.
"My thoughts are with those injured and the families of those killed. We stand ready to assist our friends in Germany."
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn also tweeted support:
Shocking news from Munich - my thoughts are with the people of the city at this time
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"The only information I have is that there is one UK national who is injured but it is still too early to say at the moment," Johnson said.
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