A minute’s silence for Finsbury

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town and borough councillors gathered at Haslemere’s War Memorial on Monday to observe a minute’s silence for victims of the Finsbury Park terror attack.

One man was killed and 10 were injured when a van drove into worshippers close to a mosque in north London.

Surrey Police pledge their support for Muslims across the county following the attack and Surrey Police and Crime Commissioner David Munro repeated his call for all communities to stand together against terrorism.

Mr Munro is in charge of equalities, diversity and human rights, which includes the response to hate crime, for the Association of Police and Crime Commissioners (APCC).

He recently attended a peace vigil in Woking at the Shah Jahan Mosque, where faith and community leaders joined forces in a show of solidarity.

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