Londoners showed trademark defiance and resilience following the attack on Westminster.
With usual dry wit, people remarked on how the city was #businessasusual
London attack has not been mentioned by a single person in work this morning. Carry on everyone, nothing to see here. #businessasusual— Richard Adams (@Dubbsisrich) March 23, 2017
Others remarked on Londoners' feelings of solidarity and support. The message board at Tower Hill read:
Photographer Paul K Porter made this:
This photo of a woman drinking tea after a bombing raid during The Blitz was a popular theme:
And Oval tube station's thought of the day was:
Cities around the world shared displays of solidarity.
From Tel Aviv:
The lights of the Eiffel Tower in Paris were turned off at midnight as a mark of respect for the victims of Wednesday’s vehicle and knife attack in Westminster. It is the first mass-casualty terrorist attack on Britain in over a decade. Go to theguardian.com for full coverage • Video:Reuters • #Westminster #London #UK #England #westminsterattack #Paris #EiffelTower #londonattack #parliament
And Brisbane in Australia:
There will be a candlelit vigil tonight in Trafalgar Square at 6pm. Mayor Sadiq Khan said: "London is the greatest city in the world. We will never be cowed by terrorism. We stand together, in the face of those who seek to harm us and destroy our way of life. We always have, and we always will."