Mayor of London Sadiq Khan has led a vigil of hundreds of Londoners in remembering those who died following Saturday night's terror attack in the capital.
The Mayor of London was joined by senior officers from the Metropolitan Police, as well as paramedics and fire crews, for an emotional service in Potters Field Park, near City Hall.
The Archbishop of Canterbury was also on hand to pay his respects to the victims of the attack, in which seven were killed and almost 50 were injured.
Speaking to a multi-cultural audience and flanked by Amber Rudd and Diane Abbott,
London Mayor Sadiq Khan said London would never be 'broken by terrorism' and that extremism would be beaten.
He said: 'We stand together tonight to honour the memories of the innocent lives lost and people injured in the barbaric attack on our city.