Tributes are being paid online to those that lost their lives in the Westminster terror attack.
The police constable murdered by a terrorist in Westminster yesterday (March 22) is also being praised.
Keith Palmer’s former colleagues and strangers are posting on a fundraising page.
More than two-thousand pounds has already been donated.
Comments include “so proud to have worked with such a great guy” – and “thank you for keeping us safe”.
Sussex has been honouring those who died, and the work of the emergency services.
— Sussex Police (@sussex_police) March 23, 2017
The Commons is particularly full this morning as we hold a minute’s silence and await a statement from the PM at 10.30 on yesterday’s attack
— Tim Loughton (@timloughton) March 23, 2017
— Hastings Police (@Hastings_police) March 23, 2017
— Sussex Federation (@SusPolFed) March 23, 2017
All of us who work in Parliament owe so much to PC Keith Palmer. My thoughts with his family and friends. https://t.co/WgNgxGyYOY
— Caroline Lucas (@CarolineLucas) March 23, 2017
Council join Whitehall today to observe one minute’s silence at 09:33 in town centre to pay respect to victims of attack in Westminster. pic.twitter.com/N3DPpzq0wN
— HBC Communications (@hastingsbc) March 23, 2017
— Brighton&Hove Police (@BtonHovePolice) March 23, 2017
We are flying the Union flag at half mast today as a mark of respect to innocent people who lost their lives in the Westminster attack. 🇬🇧 pic.twitter.com/95RlVFJAb2
— St Marks CE Primary (@STMARKSBRIGHTON) March 23, 2017
Flags on @BrightonHoveCC buildings will be lowered to half mast as a mark of respect to those who lost their lives in Westminster today.
— Cllr Warren Morgan (@warrenmorgan) March 22, 2017
— Sussex Federation (@SusPolFed) March 22, 2017
Horrifying attack at Westminster. I’m in Berlin & my staff are safe. Thoughts with those injured & thanks to police & those who protect us.
— Nick Herbert (@nickherbertmp) March 22, 2017
Four people died and 40 are injured following the terror attack in Westminster.
The incident was London’s worst terror attack in more than a decade.
29 people have been treated in hospital – seven are still in a critical condition.
Those who were killed include the attacker himself.
The police officer who was stabbed to death in Westminster has been named as 48-year-old Keith Palmer.
Keith was a father and husband.
Eight people have now been arrested following raids across London and Birmingham).