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Hague: 'No excuse for murder'

Foreign Secretary William Hague has told ITV News British foreign policy cannot be used as an excuse for the murder that took place in Woolwich yesterday

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Clegg: 'United in condemning this attack'

Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg described the Woolwich attack as "shocking and horrifying".

In a statement, he said: "This afternoon witnessed a shocking and horrifying murder on the streets of our capital.

"The whole nation's thoughts will be with the family and friends of the victim this evening.

Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg Credit: PA Wire

"People across our country, whatever background they are from, will be united in condemning this attack and we will stand together, as we always do, in our response."

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