The Bishop of London, Sarah Mullally, has led a vigil for the victims of the London Bridge attack.
Speaking at Guildhall in the City of London, the Bishop prayed for all those who have been affected in any way by the attack.
The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, the Lord Mayor of London, William Russell and the Director of London Faiths Forum, Mustafa Field also spoke at the ceremony.
The Rt Revd and Rt Hon Dame Sarah Mullally DBE, the Bishop of London, said:
We stand in silence once more following the atrocity on London Bridge last Friday.
We remember those who died and those who were injured; all those who have been affected in any way:
Academics celebrating rehabilitation and finding only danger;
Workers at Fishmongers’ Hall and elsewhere offering hospitality but discovering they needed to give protection;
Revellers enjoying their day, and encountering turmoil;
Police, risking their lives for the preservation of peace;
Medics seeking to save life and heal to injury;
Travellers making their way in peace and encountering fear;
All who moved towards danger for the sake of others.
Our City, vibrant and alive, yet threatened with death.
Let us keep silence and remember…