Scenes from today including Westminster Bridge and police processions in memory of the victims of yesterday’s atrocities that took place around the bridge and within Parliament’s precincts.
One ceremony at Scotland Yard in memory of their fallen colleague, participants from the officer’s
At one point Jeremy Corbyn attended the Westminster scene briefly but he was totally surrounded by media so only got pics of his back as he walked away from the scene to Portcullis House.
Flags at half mast everywhere. All streets open except immediately around Parliament Square.
Many reporters, media staff and onlookers about Westminster Bridge
Above left: Another reporter. Right: The souvenir stall holder by the steps where the US tourist died probably left in a rush – and forgot these postcards…
Tourists taking photographs, probably unaware a person died at this point the previous day.
The spot where American visitor, Kurt Cochran, died after being hit by car driven by the terrorist
A witness being interviewed by media – was describing the scenes from yesterday
Plenty of police and security in attendance around Westminster and Parliament
— BBC Essex (@BBCEssex) March 23, 2017
Many floral tributes and notes at the foot of Westminster Bridge
The Met Police arrive with flowers in remembrance of the victims
A media scrum…
New Scotland Yard – memorial service for PC Palmer. Colleagues from his division took part.
More scenes from the New Scotland Yard memorial service for PC Palmer.
Flowers from the Met Police. Below – video from Twitter showing the flowers being laid
— Nick Beake (@Beaking_News) March 23, 2017
Above & below: Whitehall was open to pedestrians. The further bit, Parliament Street/Parliament Square, were closed off.
Flags on Parliament at half-mast.
No guards nor horses on parade today
Many flags around Banqueting House several at half-mast including one belonging to Historic Royal Palaces.