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In the aftermath of the Westminster attack, unity is essential

Those who seek to divide us should be ignored

By Jack Dromey  

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Still reeling from the events of the past 24 hours, the community in Westminster went into work on Thursday morning in a state of shock. Sickened by the tragic events that had taken place outside, as names of those who had been killed and injured were still being announced, we gathered in the House of Commons to pay our tributes to them and their families.

We thanked the emergency servicemen and women who worked and are still working tirelessly to keep us safe. We paid…

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