On March 22, a terrorist attack in London, England left four people dead and at least 40 more injured. It's being cited as one of the worst terror attacks in the city in more than 10 years.
Now, townsfolk are banding together with inspirational messages and notes scrawled by workers in subway stations and more places around the city, The Huffington Post reports.
In a speech following the attacks, UK prime minister Theresa May said,
"But today we meet as normal — as generations have done before us, and as future generations will continue to do — to deliver a simple message: we are not afraid. And our resolve will never waver in the face of terrorism.
"And we meet here, in the oldest of all Parliaments, because we know that democracy, and the values it entails, will always prevail."
Those values — free speech, liberty, human rights and the rule of law — are embodied here in this place, but they are shared by free people around the world."
Stand together, London, and stand strong.
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