A vigil has taken place this evening in the Royal Square to pay tribute to the victims of the attack on a satirical magazine in Paris.
It follows similar gatherings around Europe last night.
Around 250 islanders gathered to pay their respects to the victims of the Paris shootings
About 250 islanders gather in the Royal Square for a vigil. Paying respects to the victims of the Paris Shootings http://t.co/jaQhCYycoC
"The presence of so many of you here today is testimony to our connection with France". Bailiff speaks at vigil http://t.co/BCVWrNnQCd
A long queue of islanders wanting to sign the book of condolence, paying tribute to the victims of the Paris massacre http://t.co/QqGK7Rfacj
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Two deputies have placed a motion to delay the scheme so it can be considered ‘in context with other funding priorities post-Covid’.
Fine and sunny with highs of 23 degrees.
The Thursday night ritual started as the islands went into lockdown, with the first one minute clap taking place at 8pm on 26 March.