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Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan  #LondonIsOpen


Flying the Pride flag at City Hall for Pride 2017. London is a city of tolerance, acceptance and respect #LoveHappensHere

I’m proud London is seen as a beacon for the LGBT+ community. Great to see rainbow colours taking pride of place on the @transportforlondon network.

As someone who grew up close by, it means a lot to me to be unveiling a memorial for African and Caribbean service men and women in Brixton today. These brave individuals sacrificed an enormous amount to defend the freedoms that we enjoy today. Britain and the world owe them a huge debt.

Today I visited the local community in Finsbury Park to offer my support following the horrific terrorist attack last night. My thoughts and prayers are with all those affected.

This attack targeted innocent Londoners returning from Ramadan prayers. Now more than ever we must come together in solidarity. These attacks are an assault on our shared values of tolerance, freedom and respect. Londoners will see more officers in their communities, particularly at and around mosques and places of worship, as Londoners observe Ramadan.
This is an extremely difficult time for our city, but I urge all Londoners to remain calm and vigilant. I know our city will stay strong and we will never be divided.

The brilliant #BigLunch for the #GreatGetTogether matched Jo's spirit. London is more diverse than ever and is a shining example of how people from different backgrounds can live side-by-side and not just respect, but embrace and celebrate each other’s differences. We have #MoreInCommon than that which divides us

It was great to be welcomed to Westminster Cathedral by Cardinal Nichols tonight to share our Iftar with the Chief Rabbi and young people of different faiths and communities.
Ramadan is an opportunity for Londoners from different backgrounds to come together. For me, that’s what Ramadan is all about - sharing time with others and showing empathy for one another.

Great to kick off @ldntechweek at Here East. As Mayor of this great city, I’m proud to see our tech sector thriving. New technologies are having an enormous impact on our way of life - reshaping our societies, our economies and our culture. They are at the heart of making the capital an even better place to live, work and invest. I want to harness the new technologies that are being pioneered right here to transform London into the world’s leading smart city. #LTW #LondonIsOpen

I’m so pleased to see such a brilliant turnout for @thewomenstour today. Congratulations to Kasia Niewiadoma, the first Women's Tour winner to be crowned in London, and Jolien D’Hoore, the first ever London stage winner! #OVOWT #LondonIsOpen

Fantastic atmosphere here @thewomenstour! #PinkRibbonTour well underway for @breast_cancer_care #LondonIsOpen

Fantastic to meet some of the incredible women who are cycling the 25km @thewomenstour route to raise money for @breast_cancer_care. Best of luck! #PinkRibbonTour #OVOWT

Last night I was humbled and moved by the outpourings of solidarity and compassion from Londoners and visitors to our city alike.

I want to express my deepest gratitude on behalf of all Londoners to the police and other emergency services for the way they have responded since Saturday night. They ran to confront danger while encouraging others to run to safety. All Londoners are grateful for their efforts over the past few days.

It was a privilege to visit and thank @ldn_ambulance staff today face-to-face. They did an incredible job on Saturday and there is no question that without their swift response we would be facing an even worse situation.

LAS were called to the incident at 10:07pm with the first ambulance crew arriving within six minutes.

48 patients were taken to five hospitals across London and a number of others were treated at the scene for minor injuries.
Over 80 of their medics to the scene including ambulance crews, advanced paramedics, specialist response teams and an advanced trauma team from London’s Air Ambulance.

Since Saturday staff in our National Health Service have worked round-the-clock to care for those who were injured in the horrific attack. I am here today to pay tribute to their dedication and skill.

This was not only an attack on our city and our country, but on the very heart of our democracy and the symbol of the values we cherish most – democracy, freedom, justice and tolerance. These are the same values that those who attack us hate so much. And the best way we can honour those who have tragically lost their lives is to ensure that we always uphold these values.
The victims included people from every corner of the world. Last night showed just why London is such an incredible city - full of amazing people from all backgrounds.

When Londoners face adversity we always pull together. We stand up for our values and our way of life. And, as we did last night, we show the world exactly what it means to be a Londoner. We always have and I know we always will.

When Londoners face adversity we always pull together. We stand up for our values and our way of life. We stand together.

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