UK dignitaries pay homage to victims of the Paris terror attacks [fr]
London, 12 January 2015
Following the terror attacks in Paris which saw 17 people killed by gunmen, UK dignitaries have been paying their respects and leaving messages of condolence at the French Embassy in London.
Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg, HRH Prince Harry, the Mayor of London, Boris Johnson, members of the government, the religious community and foreign diplomatic services have been offering messages of support to the people of France and families of the victims.
The book of condolence will be sent to the families of the victims.