London Bridge terror attack: 'Wales stands with London' says First Minister

First Minister Carwyn Jones has described last night's terror attack in London Bridge as a 'cowardly attack on innocent people.'

Seven people were killed and at least 48 more injured in the attack at London Bridge and Borough Market just after 10pm on Saturday.

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Final day of Champions Festival to continue despite London terror attack.

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The final day of the Champions Festival in Cardiff Bay will go ahead with "a large police presence" following the London terror attack.

Seven people have been killed and more than 40 injured following a series of terror attacks in central London

Our thoughts are with the people affected by the events in London Last night.

The UCL festival continues and we would like to reassure people that plans in place for today remain significant and people will continue to see a large police presence throughout Cardiff.

Our priority is to maintain a visible and reassuring presence.

We recognise this is a concerning time for everybody but we are doing all that we can to continue to provide the response our communities would expect in order to keep them safe.

We ask our communities to be vigilant and to report any concerns they may have to the confidential Anti-Terrorism Hotline on 0800 789321.

– Richard Lewis, South Wales Police


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