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Patrols stepped up around Cambridge mosques after London Finsbury Park attack

Ely News Monday, 19 June 2017 ()
Patrols stepped up around Cambridge mosques after London Finsbury Park attackOfficers in Cambridge had already increased patrols after bacon was left on car windscreens of worshippers outside a mosque in King's Hedges.
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News video: British PM May: ‘Hatred and evil will never succeed’

British PM May: ‘Hatred and evil will never succeed’ 01:31

British Prime Minister Theresa May said hatred and evil would never succeed. She was speaking after a van ploughed into worshippers outside a London mosque after Ramadan prayers on Monday (19 June) . Mrs May said extra police resources would be deployed to provide reassurance after the attack....

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