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At a tribute to victims of the Manchester terrorist attack, families of victims and survivors promised to "stand together".
Their determination was made all the more poignant after the London Bridge atrocity.
Many wanted to show their support and remember those who'd lost their lives. Lauren hall reports.
Commuters from the South East headed to London saying it was business as usual - after the terror attacks around London Bridge on Saturday night.
And with just two days left before the election, politicians have resumed campaigning. Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn said he was backing calls for Theresa May to resign over police cuts. Phil Hornby reports.
At Winchester Cathedral last night, the Archbishop of Canterbury held prayers. Justin Welby called on the country to 'overcome terrorists'. Thousands more witnessed his address on huge screens outside the Cathedral, keen to focus on hope, and not fear. Cary Johnston reports.
The Archbishop of Canterbury was in Winchester this weekend.
The Most Revd Justin Welby, joined Christians of all denominations in Hampshire for a special Beacon event at the Cathedral to mark the end of nine days of prayer. He has a message about the terror attack.
Kent Police are urging members of the public to carry on as normal but to remain vigilant, following the terror attack in London.
Surrey Police say people will see more high visibility patrols at key locations in the county following last night's terrorist attack in London.
They've released a statement asking members of the public to be vigilant:
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A minute's silence and messages of condolence as the south reacts to last night's events
London Bridge station remains closed following Saturday night's terrorist attack. Rail companies have issued travel advice for passengers