In Pictures: Britain observes minute silence for victims of Manchester terrorist attack
Britain today observed a minute silence in memory of the victims of the Manchester terrorist attack. People across the country stood still to reflect on a tragic week for the country after a suicide bomber killed 22 people and wounded 64. Staff and members of the public stopped what they were doing at Bristol Temple Meads […]
And travellers and staff held a minutes silence at Glasgow Central Station.
Crowds in Manchester sang an impromptu rendition of Oasis’ ‘Don’t Look Back In Anger’ in St Ann’s Square following their minute of silence.
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