Published: Fri, May 26, 2017
Life&Culture | By Rose Hansen

Manchester attack: Minute's silence to be held in memory of victims

Manchester attack: Minute's silence to be held in memory of victims

Other police forces across the country joined in the act of remembrance - flying flags at half-mast, and gathering outside headquarters in a show of solidarity.

Court proceedings were paused at London's Southwark Crown Court.

Britain today observed a minute silence in memory of the victims of the Manchester terrorist attack. The attack also injured 116 people, of whom 23 remain in a very serious condition in hospital, according to health authorities. "Think of them and their families".

The attack at the Ariana Grande concert also injured 119 people.

In line with the United Kingdom and other Channel Islands, the Bailiff has directed that Islanders observe the silence at 11 am.

The silence at GMP HQ began and ended with a whistle, with the crowds applauding before they walked back to their offices.

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The British monarch, Queen Elizabeth II, 91, visited young survivors at the Royal Manchester Children's Hospital.

Inside, doctors and nurses paused their duties and stood on balconies overlooking the main reception.

A 22-year-old suicide attacker blew himself up at the Manchester Arena at the end of a concert by United States singer Ariana Grande.

Staff and members of the public stopped what they were doing at Bristol Temple Meads station and observe a minutes silence on the platform.

Their colleagues in forensic examination suits came out of the semi-detached property to join them in the sweltering sunshine.

Officials said there was no national event planned for the silence but that individuals and organisations across the country are expected to decide for themselves how to mark the moment.

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