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Fans arrive at Wembley ahead of England-France match

France football fans are already pouring in to Wembley stadium ahead of tonight's friendly against England.

French fans arrive at Wembley with symbols of gratitude Credit: PA

With Friday's attacks still fresh in mind, they are out in force - waving banners of support and gratitude "to the world".

English fans are being encouraged to show solidarity with the French at tonight's game when they will be asked to join in a rendition of the French national anthem.

A minute's silence will be held before the whistle blows and the players will wear black armbands.

A French fan waves a Union Jack flag ahead of the friendly match Credit: Nick Potts/PA
England fans show their support dressed as Templar knights outside the ground Credit: Nick Potts/PA

William and Kate sign book of condolence for Paris victims

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have signed a book of condolences at the French Embassy in London, dedicated to the victims of the Paris terror attacks.

The Duke of Cambridge signed the book Credit: PA

The message from William and Kate read:

To all those who have died and were injured in the heartless attacks in Paris, and to all the people in France:

[Written in French] Our most sincere condolences.

– William and Kate

It comes after at least 129 people were killed in a series of coordinated gun and suicide bomb attacks across the French capital.

Catherine also signed the message Credit: PA
'Our most sincere condolences' Credit: PA


Armed police patrol Wembley ahead of England v France

Armed police are patrolling Wembley stadium and officers are searching bushes outside the venue ahead of England's friendly match against France this evening.

The tight security comes in the wake of Friday's terror attacks in Paris that killed at least 129 people.

A minute's silence will be held before the whistle blows and the players will wear black armbands.

The Prime Minister and the Duke of Cambridge, who is president of the Football Association, will be at the game.

Armed police during a France training session at Wembley Stadium on Monday Credit: PA

There had been doubts about whether the match would go ahead following the attacks, and a friendly between Belgium and Spain in Brussels has been called off because of security fears, but the French and English FAs have decided to go ahead with it.

FA chief executive Martin Glenn said there was "no specific intelligence" about an attack at the friendly similar to the ones that occurred outside the Stade de France.

Cameron to attend England v France match at Wembley

The Prime Minister will be at the match on Tuesday. Credit: PA

David Cameron will attend England's friendly match against France at Wembley on Tuesday evening, Number 10 has confirmed.

Security will be tight at the match following Friday's terror attacks in Paris.

A minute's silence will be held before the game and the players will wear black armbands.

A Downing Street spokesman told ITV News: "We are confirming that he is attending."


Juncker: Paris attacker was a criminal, not a refugee

Countries should not react to the terror attacks in Paris by rejecting refugees, head of the European Commission Jean-Claude Juncker has said - saying the attackers were criminals, not asylum seekers.

Jean-Claude Juncker urged EU countries not to refuse refugees Credit: PA

It comes after officials in Poland and Slovakia spoke out against the EU refugee relocation plan, saying the attacks had highlighted the concerns of people in their countries about taking in Muslim refugees.

One of the attackers appears to have entered the EU via Greece, where he registered as a refugee.

Speaking at a news conference at the edge of a G20 summit of world leaders in Antalya, Turkey, Juncker said:

We should not mix the different categories of people coming to Europe. The one responsible for the attacks in Paris... he is a criminal and not a refugee and not an asylum seeker.

I would invite those in Europe who try to change the migration agenda we have adopted - I would like to remind them to be serious about this and not to give in to these basic reactions that I do not like.

I see the difficulty but I don't see the need to change our general approach.

– Jean-Claude Juncker, president of the European Commission

France in mourning after worst road tragedy for 30 years

France is in mourning tonight after the worst road tragedy for more than three decades claimed 43 lives, including a 3 year-old child.

The smashed shell of a coach that crashed with a lorry, is now the scene of a huge accident investigation.

The passengers, mainly retired members of a walking group were unable to escape the fire. Most came from a small village in Puisseguin.

ITV News' Dan Rivers reports:

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