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"In the light of the present disruption around our offices, Westminster Mining continue to operate as normal but have temporarily relocated to the following address:
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Our sympathies go out to the families of those hurt or killed in this attack, especially the brave unarmed PC Palmer killed in the line of duty, though we have no thoughts on the cowards who wish to subvert our democracy. Our response to these deluded people is to carry on as usual and show them that they can never change our society by force.
Killed on school run: Mother-of-two, 43, walking to pick up her children is named as one of the three victims of London terror attack
By Martin Robinson, Uk Chief Reporter and Gerard Couzens for MailOnline
Aysha Frade, 43, was killed as she walked across Westminster Bridge to picking up her two daughters
Mrs Frade was born in Britain but family hails from Betanzos in Spain and had Portuguese husband John
Pc Keith Palmer, 48, was Parliamentary and Diplomatic Protection officer, was stabbed to death by terrorist
Man in his fifties - believed to have been knocked from Westminster Bridge on to underpass - third victim
Victims were left scattered all over the road and pavement, with one woman knocked into the River Thames
Three French school children from the private Lycée Saint-Joseph in Brittany are in a critical condition
Five Korean tourists looking at Big Ben were also reported to be among the injured, one very seriously
One woman had jumped into the Thames to escape - four students from Edge Hill University in Ormskirk hurt
Romanian engineer Andrei Burnaz and girlfriend Andreea Cristea 29, hurt during romantic break to London
A mother of two walking across Westminster Bridge to pick up her children from school has today been named as one of three people murdered in yesterday's terror attack.
Aysha Frade, 43, was on her way to meet her two daughters, aged eight and 11, when she appears to have been hit by her killer's car and then thrown under a bus.
The unnamed terrorist, an Asian man believed to be in his forties, drove a Hyundai 4x4 at pedestrians on Westminster Bridge sending them flying like skittles before hurtling towards the gates of Parliament and smashing into its outer wall.
After sprinting through a gate he then stabbed to death Metropolitan policeman Keith Palmer, 48, before being shot by armed officers. He later died in hospital.
A man in his fifties was the terrorist's third victim - he was believed to have been knocked off Westminster Bridge on to a concrete underpass below.
Numerous tourists and students from Britain, France and Korea are among the injured with 29 in hospital on top of the 'walking wounded'. Seven are critically ill with 'catastrophic injuries' - potentially including two other police officers.
Three children were hurt from St Joseph's School in the seaside town of Concarneau, Brittany, which lost a former pupil in the Paris Bataclan attack in 2015. Their parents have flown into London to visit them at St Thomas' Hospital.
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