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London Bridge attack: Sadiq Khan urges shoppers not to be put off coming to capital

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London Bridge attack: Sadiq Khan urges shoppers not to be put off coming to capital

London Bridge attack: Sadiq Khan urges shoppers not to be put off coming to capital

London mayor Sadiq Khan says London Bridge suspect and convicted terrorist Usman Khan should not have been released from prison and urges Christmas shoppers not to be put off coming into the capital.

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