Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has responded to last night’s terror attack by calling for unity, and insisted the general election must still be held on Thursday.
‘I think it’s important to give a message that democracy must prevail’.
‘If we allow these attacks to disrupt our democratic process, then we all lose’.
‘We have to have a democratic process’.
Mr Corbyn then called for unity, saying:
‘All communities must come together. Our strength is the strength of our community unity’.
Both major parties have suspended campaigning for the day, but the Prime Minister has said that Thursday’s general election will go ahead as planned.
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