Seven killed and 48 injured in London terror attack

Three men have been shot dead by police after driving a van into crowds of people on London Bridge, before rampaging through the streets with knives

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London attacks: Kent Police statement

Kent Police are urging members of the public to carry on as normal but to remain vigilant, following the terror attack in London.

‘Kent Police’s top priority remains public safety and the force is continuing to protect and serve the people of Kent.

‘There is nothing to suggest there is a specific threat to Kent and at this time our thoughts are with all those tragically affected by the events in London.

‘All calls to Kent Police are assessed, as is usual, based on threat, harm, risk and vulnerability and will continue to be resourced and responded to on this basis.

‘Members of the public are urged to carry on their normal business and routines but we ask them to remain vigilant and let us know if they see anything that causes them concern by dialling 999 immediately.’

– Chief Superintendent Andrea Bishop

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