Leeds falls silent in support of London terror attack victims

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Leeds fell silent today to pay respects to the victims of the London terror attack.

City council staff joined MPs, peers and staff working in Parliament and Whitehall in observing a minute’s silence at 9.33am to pay respects to the victims of the terror attack.

Leeds City Council chief executive, Tom Riordan, said: “Thoughts are with those affected.”

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