Trafalgar Square vigil - in pictures
Last night Londoners and visitors to London came together again to show their support for the victims of the Westminster Bridge attack the day before. At 6pm, as the bells of the nearby St Martin-in-the-Fields chimed, the whole square fell silent. It was a moving moment.
There was a heavy police presence, and a defiant atmosphere. The speeches by the Met Police Acting Commissioner Craig Mackey, Home Secretary Amber Rudd and London Mayor Sadiq Khan were short and greeted by applause from the crowd.
Candles were lit and the world's media were there to show everyone London is not afraid.