Your messages of support following Nice attack

Following the Nice attack, you left your messages of support in our online condolence book. Here are you comments as they were written

My family and I offer our deepest sympathy to all those affected by this awful event. As we have no religion, we cannot pray for you, but we send love and peace and hope for healing. May the people of France stand firm against those who would act like savages and take comfort from the knowledge that violence will never be the victor.

Cathy MacKay, Bingley

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Thinking of France at this time of great sadness. VIVA LA FRANCE

Roger and Renate Benson, London

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I know I speak for the United Kingdom when I say, we stand by your side in horror, and sadness, over the tragedy in Nice last night. Like your President said, we all shed tears for France, and whatever our differences politically, we must be united against terrorism. My son flew on holiday to Nice this morning. He had some fear but we agreed we must all continue to stand together. Although I am sure his holiday will be sombre he will not be bullied by terrorists into staying away from your beautiful country.
Vive La France.

John Davis, East Sussex

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I know I am just one person, but for what it is worth, I feel so terribly sorry for all the good people of France who have suffered at the hands of these deluded terrorists who wish to take away your lives and your freedom. I just cannot imagine how awful the families of the 80+ people killed in Nice must feel; they will never fully recover I fear. I for one, and think I can also speak for everybody I have met today in Guernsey (my office colleagues, my wife etc.), are thinking of you and are 100% in support of France and its fight against these monsters. Never, never give in.

Lance Spurrier, Guernsey

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I and my family send our condolences, respect and amity to the victims if the unspeakable attack in Nice, and to all of France. Vive la France!

Margaret Jones, Tunbridge Wells

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Vive La France!

Stewart Waring, Grantham

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On behalf of my family I would like to send our condolences to all the people affected by last night’s terror attack in Nice, our hearts go out to you all. No words can express the shock and horror we feel about these attacks - our thoughts and prayers are with you. One day we WILL overcome these atrocities and peace will reign . We WILL NOT let these evil beasts win.

Janet Davies, Chalfont St Peter

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All our love and thoughts from a family in the U.K to all the people of France especially those affected in Nice, be strong. The people of the U.K. feel your pain and will always be by your side.

Martyn Richards, Ilkeston

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My sympathy to French people and all those affected by this terrible, terrible act.

John Broadbent, London

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Au peuple de Nice, et de toute la France , je vous adresse mes sincères condoléances. J’étais à Paris le 13 novembre et j’y ai vécu entre 2005 et 2008.
La France est mon pays adopté donc je partage votre peine et vos espoirs de paix.

Vive la France!: Liberté, Egalité et Fraternité

Josephine Hannan, London

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My thought and prayers are with the victims and the injured, their families and friends.

Tony Finn, Tunbridge Wells

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Shocked and saddened by this awful event. We stand beside you.

David, Mudd, Maidenhead

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My heart is bleeding for Nice. The terribleness of it all. NO WORDS, NO WORDS AT ALL.

Nancy Traynor, London

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I would like to offer my condolences to all the families and the people of France on the disgusting unprovoked attack on your country good will win god bless.

Eddie Barnhurst, Tamworth

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I have loved France and the French people since my first visit in 1969. I related to the quietness of a protesting nation, in contrast to the British stiff upper lip, too stiff in those days to speak it’s mind if it might offend. I stayed with friends and on several occasions visited friends together, where I was always made warmly welcome. One friend had a poster in English on the back of her kitchen door, which read; "Live a Life of Love and Love the Life you Live."

I could see why my French friends liked that saying, because it was so true to their way of life. I came home and made my own poster quoting the saying. My son was brought up with this on our kitchen wall!

Last night, while you celebrated Bastille Day, I was remembering my father, who died due to war injuries when I was a child, because Bastille Day was his birthday. A wonderful day for me too! I went on-line to look for art works depicting the fight for the Bastille, which is such a proud part of French history. Then I heard the news!

I prayed and prayed, with tears coming from my eyes, that France is still sure of the friendship of the English, and how we care about our neighbours across the sea. Please know that we do care, we do feel for you, we do wish we could be closer at these times, and join you in your solidarity in a way the whole world would see, so that we can show togetherness as an edifice against terrorism.

I have felt so sad all day, and my heart is heavy with abhorrence for the terrible injustice and despicable inhumanity the people of and visitors to Nice have suffered and are suffering. My heart reaches out to them and not only my friends in France but all in France, and I will continue to hold you in my heart and pray for you.

Today, a member of our Parliament, who was murdered by a terrorist a few weeks ago, was buried, with her widowed husband and children saying goodbye to her. Her husband wrote to ask that people do what she would ask and not return hate for hate. I ask you to remember the fine people you are, and as I write I remember the wise words of Shimon Peres who said: "Peace is never Peace if it is for something. Peace is only Peace if it is for Peace." I pray that France can continue to demonstrate a will for Peace and that that spirit will spread into the hearts of all your enemies.

May God bless France always.

Susan Haeger, Basildon

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To all those injured, killed or maimed in the terrible events of last night both my husband and I send our deepest sympathy. To the whole of France my heart goes out to you and all the suffering you have endured this year. My teenage years were spent in France and in fact I lived there until I got married and returned to England.

With love and blessings.

Priscilla Dicketts, Horsmonden

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Prayers on such a tragic day - for all who died and their families

Lois Butlin, London

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France was the first foreign country I visited as a young child with my parents and from that first visit, I was in love. In love with your beautiful, peaceful and friendly country. I have now, as a 33 year old man, visited France many times since and the beauty and warmth have never diminished for me. This latest attack is not just an attack on France, it is an attack on anyone who loves France, anyone who loves democracy and anyone who loves freedom. I send my love and prayers to everyone mourning and will be back with you all, in your beautiful country soon. In the meantime, stay safe, stay strong and stay together.

In Solidarity,

James Bartlett, London

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My profound sympathies to all French people everywhere ...I send my thoughts and prayers and my compassion love and care ..we are humans together ..we are humanity ...this is a horrible horrible horrible attack ..long live France long live the French..vive France forever ..they will not defeat Is..we stand with you arm in arm together.

Denise, Reading

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Vous allez toujours rester dans mon coeur. Je continurai a me battre contre les extremistes. Ils voulait nous rendre au silence, ils n’auront obtenu qu’une minute.

Barnaby Fournier, London

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Mon coeur et mes pensees sont avec le peuple et la ville de Nice.

Kerry Cowmey, London

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My thoughts are with the people of France at this terrible time.

David McGhee, Blackpool

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I wish to express my deepest sympathy to France and the people - not all French - who lost their lives or were injured in the terrorist outrage in Nice. The threat of terrorism is international and requires an international response based on international solidarity and cooperation. We must redouble our efforts to defeat terrorism - this will require heightened security and vigilance but also genuine efforts to win over to our European ideals those people who for reasons of culture, religion or economic marginalisation, or all three, are alienated and attracted to a religious ideology which seeks to make itself felt through mass murder and terrorism.

George Gelber, London

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Broken-hearted for all families of Nice. Friendship and solidarity with the people of France.

James Howley, Redhill

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May I express my deep sorrow for those who lost their lives by this senseless attack and offer my prayers for the recovery of the injured.

Damian Longstaff, Bicester

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My whole family is shocked and horrified at the terrible events in Nice, and our hearts are so full of love and sympathy for all those who have suffered loss. Please know that huge numbers of Anglophiles are with you in spirit at this dreadful time. Vive la France! Courage Mes Braves! Nous sommes desolated.

Margaret Rutherford, Godalming

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In the face of such unspeakable horror be assured that France and the UK stand united. We are shocked; we share your pain; we think especially of all those directly affected by this tragedy.

Robert Halley, Sutton Coldfield

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We were staying in Nice last September and will be again this year. Such a beautiful city. The horror at what was done to your people, and their visitors, is impossible to get our heads around. Please God those who suffered such loss are comforted and that France hold to its path of tolerance and civil liberty.

Michael Baker, Wareham

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I send my heartfelt condolences to the people of France following the lamentable assault in Nice. May they find comfort in the care of their friends around the world and stay strong and faithful to their values of liberty, equality and fraternity.

Gillian Jones, Sevenoaks

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Je voudrais exprimer mes condoleances, ainsi que mon soutien, a chaque personne touchee negativement par la tragedie qui s’est deroulee sur la Promenade des Anglais a Nice en ce 14 Juillet 2016. Les mots me manquent completement. Il est difficile pour moi d’exprimer ma douleur en parlant en ce moment, alors je dessine, en ecoutant Jacques Brel et Serge Gainsbourg.....C’est Dimanche....Alors soyons fous! Croissants et cafes Irlandais pour le petit dej! Liberte, Egalite, Fraternite. +Paix.

Marine Peugeot-Guillon, London

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Just felt that I should tell you all that my love and thoughts are with you all at this terrible time. God bless you all.

Wendy Retallick, Orpington

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Je me tiens avec la France.

John Wing, Nottingham

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With heartfelt love and sympathy for the tragic loss of life. Cannot comprehend this senseless and brutal act of hate. We will overcome.

Henna Nadeem, London

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Please convey my sympathy to the people of Nice and France generally.

Cyril Cocks, Prestatyn

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Mes amies. From my heart I send condolences to all of France and the relatives of victims. I send prayers and love - I spent much time in Nice and people told me I had a French soul. My French soul feels with you, of whatever nationality. Beauty has been sullied by evil.

Elaine Elliott, Durham

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Our prayers and thoughts are with the people of France. Terrorism has no language and no space in this universe. Humanity is one family and can not be divided by few people who want to create terror in their cities. The more people stand up to fight terrorism the more this ideology will diminish. France is the nation of culture and enlightenment and humanity stands with you in times of need. In solidarity with the people of France against terror.
Love, Peace and Blessings.

Lulu Todd, London

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The thoughts of the English go out to our French cousins, we are here for you and we all need to remain strong together with the rest of Europe against the Islamisation of our way of life. R.I.P to all the victims of this terrorist attack! Viva la France *

Mark Meakins, Torquay

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Toutes nos condoléances aux victimes et aux familles de Nice.
Nous pensons bien à vous

Gwen Lejeune, Huddersfield

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Sincerest sympathies to all those affected by the events in Nice, such a tragedy in such a lovely city.

Sinead O’Meara, London

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On envoie nos condoléances sincères à tous les Niçois. Nos pensées sont à vous.

Judith Smith, Northampton

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We wish to convey our horror and outrage at the Nice attack and express our sympathies for all those affected by this attack. Vive La France.

Martin, Christine and James Ortega, London

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Vive le France. Know your friends in the UK are grieving with you. Total shock and disgust. We are with you x x Proud to say "Vive le France".

Fay Jessup, North Shields

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I send my deepest condolences to the people of France and sincere sympathy to all those who have been affected by the shocking and tragic loss of life and injuries following the terror attack in Nice a few days ago. The very nature of the attack and the fact that it took place when so many people including families with children were out celebrating the 14 July celebrations makes it all the more shocking. My thoughts and prayers are with you all. From someone who loves France and the French people.

Hilary Hegarty, Huddersfield

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My most heartfelt condolences at this sad time.

Eleanor Wilson, London

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I would like to express my solidarity with the people in France for the terrible loss of life in Nice. We stand together with you in this difficult hour.

Alexander Bergman, Birmingham

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So sorry for your sad loss. United in grief and united in resolve. Je suis Nice et Vive La France.

Alan Hammond, Pontypool, Wales

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Our sincere condolences to all of France and in particular to those caught up in this terrible event. This is a vile and cowardly attack by a person with a perverted ideology that no civilised people could possibly comprehend. France is a great and mighty nation and will rise above this act of infamy. To quote Dr Samuel Johnson 1709 - 1784:

A fly Sir, may sting a stately horse and make it wince. But one Sir, is but an insect and the other, a stately horse still.

Paul Woodman, Fleet

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I weep for you all. God bless.

Christine Stokoe, Spennymoor

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Our thoughts and prayers are with you all. We will always stand with you.

Richard Phelps, Taunton

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Nous, tous, on partage votre tristesse.

Francis Walters, Poole

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My utmost sympathy to all the families that tragically lost their loved ones in such a horrific act.May all their loved ones rest in eternal peace.

Suzanne Pettit, Littlehampton

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I wanted to extend my sincere condolences to all in France suffering from the evil terrorist attacks. I am and have been deeply saddened by such tragic loss of life. I have been visiting France since I was 11 years old, it is a home from home and no terrorist will ever stop me from doing so. Remember France gave the world Liberty, Equality, Fraternity from the Age of Enlightenment...Light will triumph over darkness. Very sincerely yours, Paul

Paul Harris, London

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Our hearts here are with you and we are surrounding you with light and love. We pray for France and for the victims and their families, may the destructiveness of hate be dissolved in our world and may we all live as the loved children of God.

Virginia Woodeson, London

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My thoughts are with all the victims of the recent attacks in France, particularly at this time for those in Nice. I know the country that brought us the enlightenment and so much more will prevail, and not allow blind hatred to be used to ferment extremism in return - after all, that’s what the directors of these criminal acts really want. The perpetrators, a brainwashed handful, are now simply atoms so are oblivious.
From a friend of Europe although I’m sure most of those others who voted to leave the EU in this country will also be feeling the pain of a friend.

Carl Kelleher, Wirral

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There are no words to express my sorrow for all of you who’ve been touched by this evil. I will keep you all in my thoughts. Love + Hugs, Lorna

Lorna Lake, Chiddingfold

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After reading and watching the news yesterday, I am so sad for all the families that have lost someone to the horrific attack by that lorry driver.
For this to be done on Bastille day, celebrating bring French, makes it still more terrible.

Timothy Wesson, Cambridge

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Such sad sad news, my heart goes out to all of the families who have lost someone very dear to them. I send you all my warmest condolences followed with love. I cannot begin to imagine what people are going through right now, but one thing I do know these attacks must STOP. Far too many people are losing their lives by these horrible humans and it needs to end. No-one should have to suffer in this way.

Kirsty Fradi, Milton Keynes

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I am so sorry for the people , resident and visitors alike of the beautiful city of Nice. I have spent many happy times in this beautiful city and can not begin to imagine the grief everyone must be experiencing. It was heartening to see people out on the Promenade yesterday and not giving in to the fear of terrorism.

Aideen Jones, Seaford

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On behalf of my family here in England and back in Morocco, I would like to present my sincere condolences to the families who lost their love ones in this sad tragedy of the Lorry driver attack in Nice. I am feeling very sad. God is with you all.

Naima Laamiri Doolan, Southampton

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Je vous adresse mes condoléances.

Jon Miller, Warsaw, Poland

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My deepest condolences to all those who lost loved ones in the terrible tragedy that occurred in Nice. The UK stands shoulder to shoulder with France in fighting these terrible atrocities and will continue to offer solidarity regardless of EU status.

Mark Nowikow, London

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J’écris avec un cœur si lourd et triste que toutes mes pensées vont à Nice et la France suite l’attack abominable.

Henrik Madsen, London

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Je suis tellement, tellement désolée pour les atrocités commises à Nice et je veux envoyer mes condoléances aux victimes et à leurs familles . Je suis si triste que la France est d’avoir à passer par une autre tragédie atroce - je me sens pour vous tous.

Gill Hardman, Twickenham

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All our thoughts are with the victims and their families

Jean Oliver, Sunderland

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My heart is saddened by the deaths in Nice. Stay strong France

Edgar John Ramsay-Burrup, Newport

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My condolences to the french people for this horrible & horrendous psychopathic attack on your people yet again.i stand with france.VIVE LA France

John Hays, Nottingham

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With tears in my eyes, I offer my condolences to all our French brothers and sisters who have been affected by this sub-human act, and pray that we may come out of this standing together with all civilised people around the world, to resist and remove this scourge on humanity. We in UK are all deeply affected by this and although you may not receive lots of messages, please take comfort that you are in the thoughts of many people here.

Mike Glanville, Oxford

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France will remain true to itself and will defeat these mindless actions.

Philip Champion, London

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I am so sorry. When will this hatred stop, what an utter senseless waste of life. I do not know what to say to offer words of comfort but to light a candle as a vigil to all victims. France, we as the UK stand united with you in your grief, my thoughts are with the victims at this dreadful time, may you rest in peace. God bless all the French and the victims of this and all other terrorism attacks, I continually pray for World peace to end such a senseless loss of life.

Niki Donoghue, Cobham

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Nos pensees et nos prieres sont pour tous les gens de la France, et surtout pour ceux de Nice.

Daphne Miles, Canterbury

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Condolences to all the friends and families of those who died in these ridiculous attacks in Nice.

Pauline Philippe, Cardiff

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I am so sorry about what has happened, I and millions of others in the UK support you and are thinking of France, our great ally.

Christopher Hirsch, London

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My heart felt sympathy for all the French people at this dreadful time. I live part of the year in France, and have nothing but admiration for the humanity and friendship of all my French friends.

Martin Ashley, Bedford

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Nous avons été tous bouleversés par cet évènement tragique, et nous adressons aux familles des victimes nos plus sincères condoléances.

Mark Felstead, Yeovil

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I am writing to you in my position as Secretary of "Le Cercle Français de Ferndown" to offer you the condolences of our members for the terrible attack on Bastille Day in Nice. We are horrified at the loss of life and the injuries caused. All our members love France and the French and enjoy many holidays in your beautiful country. Despite the ongoing threat to our freedoms, we shall continue visiting.

On behalf of the members of the Cercle Amical de Ringwood may I express our horror and sadness at the terrible attack in Nice on Bastille Day. We pray for all those who have died and who are injured and their families. Thanks too to the emergency services. We are all lovers of France and shall continue to visit your lovely country despite the ongoing threat.

Margaret Sullivan, Bournemouth

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God bless all the people involved in the attack in Nice. We live in terrible times. Thinking about all the wonderful times I’ve had in France and the wonderful French people. Vive la France. From you’re friends and neighbours in Scotland.

Henry Gourley, Glasgow, Scotland

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We are so sorry for the terrible attack in Nice. Last year we bought a holiday home in the Limousin and have been overwhelmed by the kindness and helpfulness of our French neighbours, so different from the lazy stereotype of the U.K. media. We love France and share it’s agony

Michael Thompson, Spalding

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It saddens me to hear of the terrible events in Nice, My thoughts and condolences go out to the families of all the victims, Truly a sad day for all of France.

Alistair Wilkinson, Sittingbourne

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Chers tous, cheres toutes, de Londres , je vous fais parvenir par ces vents cléments toutes les ondes positives disponibles afin que vous puissiez faire face a l ’immense tristesse de vos proches disparus lors de cette soirée tragique.
Il n y a pas de mot pour décrire ces pertes dont vous souffrez et en un moment de répit, sachez qu’ils sont nombreux ces compatriotes ou non qui vous portent dans leurs coeurs et souhaitent vous accompagner a distance dans cette épreuve que vous traversez. Avec toute ma fraternite Francaise qui nous unit,
bien a vous.

Fabrice-Marc Degueurce-Roberge, London

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As a nation we may have voted for Brexit but France will always be our neighbour and friend. We stand by your side in adversity, fundamentalist ideology will never win. I cannot begin to imagine the fear and horror going through the minds of those poor souls in Nice. Vive la France.

Timothy West, York

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Please accept my condolences for the loss of so many ,especially in such a cowardly and crazy act. The French and English clash so much because we share so many characteristics and so much history,but when somebody attacks you we will always be there to support you. Even though this is not the first attack on your soil,you must stay strong and vigilant and use your strength of character to comfort each other.

Peace be with you.

Barbara Wiltshire, Dagenham

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Following the tragic and shocking attack on defenceless innocent people, of all religions and races, men women and children alike, we would like to offer our heartfelt condalonces to the people who lost their lives. And the people who survived.

One can only imagine the hurt, disbelief, confusion and horror of what unfolded that night. We are Christians and strongly believe that good will overcome evil. We pray for the victims who lost their lives, the survivors left to cope with what has happened, and we also pray for the Police, the emergency services and the Doctors, Nurses, and Surgeons who had to deal with the aftermath of this attack. We send our love to you all. PEACE to all, may God bring comfort to you all."

Kevin and Shirley Sams, Dover

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My thoughts and prayers are with the French people and the victims of the Nice attack and their families. I know Nice, a beautiful city in a beautiful country that I know well. Don’t give in and cherish your culture of freedom and tolerance.

Caroline Greer, London

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My family and myself wish to let the people of France, especially the people of Nice, know that we, at this time share their pain and sadness and ask the question WHY? Our prayers and thoughts are with France.

Yvonne Morris, Mold

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My deepest sympathy to this country and there tragic loss.

Virginia Scott, Scott Depot, United States

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Please accept my condolances and my sympathy for every person who has been affected by the tragedy in Nice. The footage that has come through is horrific and I cannot imagine how people who have been affected will come to terms with what has happened. I think the police who attended should be commended for their bravery as they confronted the driver of the lorry at close range not knowing what else he could have had on board and put their own lives at risk to protect the public.

Ian Morgan, Cardiff

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France will stand against the war on terrorism, of that I am sure, despite the UK’s sad exit from the EU I hope that the UK will demonstrate solidarity with the People of France. The loss of life of your citizens is horrendous, as indeed for any nationality living or visiting in Nice who lost their lives. Internet ’love’ is perhaps ’cheap’ these days at times, but I’m sending thoughts to anyone afflicted by this heinous act, I hope you find solace eventually somewhere, somehow. I would like to think that the World is loving and tolerant...let us hope so, I’m extending a hand in support of ’you’.

Kim Day, Windsor

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Sincere condolences to all who are bereaved in this atrocity. So sad to see beautiful France suffering . Sending healing thoughts and prayers to all involved.

Annabelle Garland, Croydon

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Nos coeurs sont un avec France.

Kate Murphy, Liverpool

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We pray for the victims and their families who have suffered as a result of this horrific attack and for all the people of France who are feeling great pain and anguish. Our thoughts are also with the police and security personnel who try to ensure a safe country for all citizens.

Craig Kinniburgh, West Kilbride, Scotland

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My parents and I would liked to express our horror and deep sadness following yesterday’s latest atrocity in Nice. We cannot adequately describe our revulsion at such evil, nor how strongly we sympathise with the French people.

Jacqueline Riddell, Basingstoke

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Although we are leaving the EU, rest assured when it comes to this shameful, cowardly attack, we are as one. Bless you all.

Alan Hulme, Stoke-on-Trent

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Sincere condolences to all the family and friends of the victims, to France and to Nissa la Bella. At a time like this Sieu Nissart. We stand together to defend our common values.

John Thirlwell, London

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My heartfelt sympathy to all affected by the horror in Nice. UK and France are ALWAYS allies. Exit from the undemocratic EU has no connection WHATSOEVER with our love of France and its people. Entente Cordiale.

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Anthony Sparling, Cobham, Surrey

My condolences to the people of France. Terror will not win.
Vive La France!

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Robert Little, Portadown, Northern Ireland

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Praying for France and her people once again attacked by the evil scourge of terrorism. London stands with you. Vive la France!

Peggy Wylie, London

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We are so deeply shocked and saddened...Our thoughts and prayers are with all families who lost their loved ones.

Marzena Stefaniak, London

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My condolences to those that died in such an awful way.
My sympathies to the families of those who have lost family and friends.

Ian Murphy, Dublin, Ireland

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As a British citizen who loves and respects France, I express my deepest sympathy to the families of the victims and all the people of France after the unspeakable atrocity in Nice. We British grieve with you. Vive La France! Vive La Liberté! In solidarity and sympathy.

David Griffiths, London

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I wish to tell you of my profound distress at the events that have taken place in Nice. We both admire enormously the values that France holds dear, and it is deeply distressing to see these values attacked. Please hold on to those values though, we cannot allow dark forces to pull us away from what is right.

Gavin Saunders, Falmouth

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Let me offer my sympathies with the families of the victims, the people of Nice and the people of the French Republic. France has always been a country close to my heart and its beauty, solidarity and equality will not be stained by the acts of cowardice. Nobody can forget or accept the atrocities that have occurred in recent times and this is the point where we stand in solidarity to promote trust, tolerance and equality in order to stand to the coward minority that dare and try to create fear in our free and liberated society.

Amin Amin Amri, London

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Nos pensées et nos prières sont malheureusement avec vous encore. Courage mes amis.

CJ Field, Amersham

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We learnt the horrific attack in Nice. All members of our charity stand in strong solidarity with the French people. We strongly condemn such mindless acts of violence. Our thoughts and prayers are with the families and friends of deceased.
We are against all kind of terror and we will not be intimidated.

Erhan Ermis, Birmingham

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One more horror committed against so many by evil. I wish to stand by your side and put an arm on your shoulders and say " Who ever hurts you hurts me. They will never defeat us".

Charlie Brereton, Ormskirk

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I would like to send my condolences to the families of the victims of this horrible attack on innocent people.

Lorraine Allgrove, Reading

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Words what can I say, all I can say my family and I are praying for all the victims, injuries, families and friends,. We are thinking of you all and the whole community of nice and France. Love to everyone.

Dawn Hastie, Welwyn Garden City

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Our Greatest Sympathy & Support to all the French Nation

David & Janet Bugden, Sutton

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Nous sommes avec vous dans la tristesse.

Andrew Welling, London

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France a beautiful country destroyed once again by terrorism, destroying and ending lives, there has to be a stop to this hate and evil in this world there is too much of it.praying for everyone affected by this hatred.

Laura Thomson, Glasgow

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I and my family are heart broken about the senseless loss of life and injuries caused in this awful attack. We will pray for them. May God in his infinite mercy and pity be with them at this very dark time and bring them healing and peace,

Sean Gage, Ryde, Isle of Wight

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Vive La Republic, Vive La France - we stand by our brothers and sisters. We are not divided and we who are lovers of France share you grief and stand with you always.

Peter Upton, Bath

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My family and I extend our heartfelt condolences to the people of Nice, and of France, and to all the families of those killed and injured in this hideous outrage.
We are heartily saddened to find that, in opposition to our own vote, we are about to remove our country from the union of nation states which should be at the heart of our internal collective security. I wish that there were some way that people such as myself could, in a tangible way, demonstrate our personal commitment to the EU and its nation states.

Paul Sutton, Droitwich

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Thinking of all of you in France and beyond who are affected by yesterday’s sad events. Please accept my condolences.

Carol Bowman, Selkirk

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I have no religious belief but a stand next to my fellow man woman who are suffering grief today. You are and always will be in my thoughts.

Mike Eveleigh, Neston

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Dear People Of France, my heartfelt sympathies, stay strong.

Richard Doyle, London

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To the French people, our thoughts and prayers are with you.

John Thornton, Guisborough

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So - so sad that this happened. Please don’t let this undermine your efforts to resolve things. You are thought of kindly & fondly by many - many people.

Peter Burnett, Carlisle

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Une grande tristesse pour toutes ces familles en espérant que le monde guérira un jour de ce virus mortelle qu’est le terrorisme

Vuagnoux Norbert, Lyon, France

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Beautiful, welcoming, wonderful Nice. You’re in my thoughts.

Nick Stevenson, Oxford

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Please know I and many millions of people in the UK are so saddened by the terrible events of yesterday at the promenade des anglais .

Penelope Fox, Ashford

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Heartfelt sympathy & prayers for the victims of this dreadful atrocity and to the people of France, at this time.

James Mooney, Paisley

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Solidarite avec la France et tous ses citoyens. L’Angleterre pleure avec vous.

Robert Green, Thames Ditton

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My heart goes out to all the people that have lost friends and family in the very tragic attack yesterday in Nice. Stay strong and United.. We share your grief with a heavy but warm heart.

Lisette Granados, South Brent

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Pour toutes les familles touchées par cette folie aveugle à Nice, pensées de soutien et de solidarité! Nous sommes navrés de tant de violence et de bêtise assassines.

Angelica Tarnowska, London

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We are so deeply sorry and saddened that our cousins must once again suffer such loss. You will be constantly in our thoughts.

Paul Norman, Dorchester

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Chers amis, c`etait avec un melange de colere et pitie que j`entendais des evenements d`hier soir. Dans un pays que je connais et aime, et ou tout le monde m`a toujours considere d`une facon chaude et amicale.Vous meritiaient mieux. Courage, mes copains.

Joseph Bennett, Tynemouth

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Dear friends, like many British subjects we are familiar with Nice and have many special memories of our visits to this wonderful city and the surrounding region. We were saddened and distressed to learn of events that unfolded on your national holiday. We send our sympathies to the victims of the attack, the people of France and all nations affected by this outrage. We support every move by your government and others around the world to bring an end to such incidents - they achieve nothing, nor will they ever.

Merfyn Roberts, Holywell

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I am deeply shocked and saddened that anyone in their right mind could carry out such a horrible attack. France has been through enough tragedy and loss, enough is enough, this is so cruel inocent people celebrating Bastille Day.. We in the United Kingdon and all around the world must support France and help them get through this, we have to stick together that is why the U.K should not leave the E U as we all need one another to fight against terrorism. My heart goes out to the people who have lost their lives and the injured and also the families who have been affected by this terror act. Be strong France.

Anne Mcivor, Glasgow,Sucotland

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My heart breaks at yet another attack on France. My thoughts are with you all and the victims families.

Valda Self, London

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Like all civilised people I am appalled by this savage, senseless attack on a nation and its citizens that I love and admire. My heart goes out to those who have suffered but I am sure that my French brothers and sisters will never surrender to the forces of darkness. Vive la France.

Clyde Watkins, Newport, Wales

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Deepest sympathy for all those who were affected by the tragedy in Nice, France last night....our thoughts are with you.

Jon Susulowsky, Peterborough

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I am shocked and saddened by the horrific attack in Nice. I would like to express my deepest condolences to the bereaved and wish the injured a speedy recovery.

Dominique Kobler, London

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Sending our love, thoughts and prayers to all those affected by the terrible attack on innocent people in Nice. We stand with you always.

Mandy Richards, Exeter

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I send my sympathy to all those bereaved or injured by the recent horrific events in Nice, and express my solidarity with the people of France, our neighbours. We must retain our principles and values in the face of violence.

Jo Dungey, London

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Long live the Republic of France. No words are adequate, but many English men and women-also children, old enough to understand-will feel the pain of those suffering and grieving. There can be NO justification for such a dastardly act. Those killed or maimed are martyrs in the struggle against those who would destroy the ideal of LIBERTY as sought for by the founders of the Republic. Europe’s identity must be protected from those who wish to destroy it by violence. My pity that such an outrage has blighted so many lives. In sadness,

Bruce Jackson, Newbury

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Sincere condolences to the people of Nice and France for the tragic events of last night. We stand shoulder to shoulder with the people of France.

Denis & Joan Hawkins, Nr Cardiff

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We love you France and we are mourning with you. London stands in solidarity with you and compassion will always conquer terror. Be strong our hearts are with you.

Angela Junanto, London

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Beloved France, my heart goes out to you, bon courage.

Alan Holmes, Brentwood

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We are so sorry for your loss, we are your friends.

Elaine Frost, Manchester

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Dear people of Nice and France, I am devastated to hear about the appalling attack on innocent lives in Nice. My family stand shoulder to shoulder with you at this terrible time and we send our love and friendship always. Liberte, Egalite, Fraternite. Violence will never win. Vive La France!

Poppy Brech, London

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Quelle horreur que de voir une tradition telle que les feux d’artifice du 14 Juillet tant prisée par les familles dans toute la France souillée par un tel acte insensé. Ne laissons pas la terreur fermer la porte a la liberté. Toutes mes pensées vont aux victimes et à leurs familles qui ne méritaient sûrement pas un tel choc dans leurs vies.

Jean-Loup Rebours-Smith, Edinburgh

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Je suis du plus profond de mon ame avec mes compatriotes francais. Restons unis, aimons nous les uns les autres. Liberte, Egalite, Fraternite.

Moise Marie London

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I stand with France.

Glenn Wilhide, London

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I shared my tears with the people of France today at the horror and carnage of last night. Please accept my love and sincerest condolences.

Rita Dennis, Billericay, Essex

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Please accept my heartfelt condolences for the families and friends of all the victims of the horrific attack in Nice on France’s Great Public Holiday. To the People of France: we stand with you for our shared Liberté, égalité, fraternité.

Christopher Hedges, Leicester

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My sincere condolences to all the victim of the atrocity in Nice last night.
I became aware of it last night while I was at work in Northampton...
I know Nice extremely well as my grand parents lived there and my family had several properties in the area. My heart goes out to all the victims and those involved.

Pierre Gas, Maidenhead

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With deepest sympathy to the families and friends of those who were killed and injured during the terrible attack. My heartfelt thoughts go out to the people of Nice. Vive La France!

Lydia Tichauer and David McCulloch, London

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Thoughts and respect to all in France. Too much horror.

John Howgate, Paignton

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Oh wonderful wonderful France where I’ve spent so many happy times. This terrible and brutal event makes us all very sad and I can only send you my love and condolences.

Polly Fiona McDonald, London

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As Rabbi of St John’s Wood Synagogue, a community that has welcomed a number of French Jews in recent years, we feel particularly shocked at the terrorist outrage that has occurred in Nice. Our hearts go out to the families of the bereaved and we pray that they may find comfort. Our prayers are also for the many injured and traumatised by this tragedy.

We stand together with the people of France that we must not flinch from upholding the values of freedom and democracy and that those who seek to undermine our values should be pursued with all the resources we can muster.

With heartfelt condolences,

Rabbi Ivan Binstock, London

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My thought & Prayers are with all the families that have lost someone in this barrack attack.These people have no place in democratic & civilised society.

Helen Lovett, Epping

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The thoughts of the English go out to our French cousins, we are here for you and we all need to remain strong together with the rest of Europe against the Islamisation of our way of life. R.I.P to all the victims of this terrorist attack! Viva la France.

Mark Meakins, Torquay

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Our prayers and thoughts are with the people of France. Terrorism has no language and no space in this universe. Humanity is one family and can not be divided by few people who want to create terror in their cities. The more people stand up to fight terrorism the more this ideology will diminish. France is the nation of culture and enlightenment and humanity stands with you in times of need. In solidarity with the people of France against terror.
Love, Peace and Blessings.

Lulu Todd, London

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Following the tragic event in Nice and other recent attacks, I praise the people of France for building a free society based on their vision of equality for all their members. I offer my thoughts, sympathy and prayers for the victims and their families and hope that as a nation and community of so many cultures France can be a beacon of justice and mutual understading between all ethnic groups working for a better society and world.

John Murphy, London

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Our thoughts and prayers are with the French people,no one can ever understand why innocent men,women and children could be killed for no other reason than celebrating thier national day.

Glenis Lucas, Manchester

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Il n’y a pas de mot pour décrire l’acte inhumain qui a été commis, toutes mes pensées vont aux familles des victimes et à tous ceux qui ont été touchés par cette horreur.

Anne Gasnier, London

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We pray for all those affected by this tragedy, made so much worse as it was a time of celebration for not only the french nation but many other nationalities too, joining together. It was an act of such barbarism and callous disregard of human life to be beyond belief. We can only hope that despite the brutality - goodness, kindness, care and love will strengthen and uphold those affected.
Thank you for giving us the opportunity to say we care. We pray for peace for men, women and children everywhere.

David Barnes, Poole

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Like most of my countrymen, we have had our differences BUT we are totally behind France and her ongoing struggle with terrorism. We cannot let these murderous thugs to change our way of life. I lived in London during the IRA bombing campaign and that did not change my life. Terrorism only works if the population is terrified. I am not terrorised. It will not put me off visiting in 6 days time to visit a friend now living in France. Allez la France!

Russell Judge, Malvern

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Mes pensees et prieres pour tout ceux qui ont perdu la vie et ceux qui souffrent apres cet horrible attentat. La France est meurtrie.

Pascale Lynch, Edinburgh

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Je suis avec la France - vive le France!

Gary Salisbury, Harlow

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Aucun mot n’est assez fort pour décrire l’horreur du 14 Juillet 2016 à Nice.
Des familles entières sont brisées, des vies sont perdues, les rires des enfants qui ne résonnent plus. Une fête Nationale qui tourne au deuil National.
Mon cœur pleure avec le votre.

Sandrine Locatelli, London

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Our hearts go out to France. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. God Bless the mourners and the suffering.

Jacqueline Hodges, Gloucester

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Very sad to hear about the absolutely awful atrocity, loss of life and injury in Nice on the night of Bastille Day. My thoughts are with France and the French people, especialy and particularly with the families and friends of
those who were so brutaly killed, and those who were serously injured and hospitalised.

Sincere condolences, In solidarity,

John Spencer, London

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I struggle to find any words which can capture the feelings of loss and sadness inflicted on your great Country and her residents and guests. As a citizen who has served 30 years as a Firefighter in London, it is totally beyond comprehension to me that someone could take such innocent life so randomly. You are in my thoughts and prayers. Vive Le France.

John Hughes, London

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My family send our heartfelt condolences to all the families and friends involved in yesterdays attack,our thoughts and prayers are with you

Sheila Wheatland, Lancing

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Thinking about all of those affected by the atrocity in Nice. The devastation to families and friends is just awful. You are in my thoughts & prayers.

Phillip Chalmers, Liverpool

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This is horrific beyond belief. I send all my most heart felt condolences to all families caught / forced into what must be the must aweful situation. My thoughts are with you all.

Nick Buckland, Maidenhead

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I don’t have the words. My heart is hurting so much. But now I feel more European than ever.

Nicholas Boothby, London

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Today I am devastated by the news from Nice. My thoughts and prayers are with the people of France. Love my country always.

Anne Kiss, Canterbury

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I wish to express my sincere condolences to the French people and peoples of the World whose lives will be changed forever due to this heart breaking event.
Over the years I have stood with my family and your citizens on beaches to celebrate Bastille Day and to enjoy the fireworks- it could have been us.

It is my privilege, my brothers and sisters, to stand with you today and ALWAYS to celebrate the meaning of "Liberté, égalité, fraternité. Three very important words that France gave the World. Now in solidarity with you, I give you three words of support -

Je Suis Francais.

Mary McMullan, Antrim, Northern Ireland

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My deepest condolences to those families and friends of the NIce victims. Appalling tragedy.

Jan Montgomery, York

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I am so sorry . My heart breaks for all those involved in this terrible act . Be strong , we are all with you.

Shirley Oliver, Maidenhead

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We feel for the people of Nice.

Adrienne Shaw, Blandford Forum

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I’m so sad about what has happened. Let’s be kind to each other. My thoughts are with those who must now carry on.

Diane Cameron, Oxford

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We were shocked and sorry to hear about this cowardly and despicable act. Our thoughts are very much with the families of the dead and injured, and with your country.

Mike & Sandra Baughan

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Avec un coeur brisé je veux exprimer mes profondes condoléances à toutes les relations des victimes de l’attentat à Nice, endoit où moi-même ai fêté la fête nationale il y quelques années.

Stephen D’Arcy, Preston

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Words will provide neither comfort nor meaning, but I send my condolences to the people of Nice.

Chris Farey, Bury

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I am crippled with great sadness at the moment. My thoughts and prayers are with the families of all involved in the tragic attack in Nice.

Suzi Bold, London

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Il n’y a aucun mot qui puisse réduire la peine de tous ceux qui ont perdu leurs proches dans cet acte extrémiste répugnant, mais il est important de rester fort devant cette injustice.

Peut être que nos chers innocents disparus sont maintenant des étoiles dans le ciel, ils brillent jusqu’à nous pour nous faire savoir qu’ils sont heureux et qu’ils nous aiment... En leurs mémoires, le Monde s’unit contre ces actes de terror sauvages et nous lutterons ensemble contre ces monstres qui cherchent à nous diviser.

Laurence Dupras, London

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We feel for your whole nation. Do not despair.

Tim Sawyer, Salisbury

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We wish to offer our sincere condolences to those families who have lost loved ones and for those injured in the appalling attack on the French people in Nice last night. Be assured that we in Britain stand beside you.

Andrew Kitching, Letchworth Garden City

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Shocked beyond belief at yet another terrible event for your beautiful country. Our thoughts are with you at this distressing time.

Tony Flavell, Feltham

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I have visited Nice with college in 1999 and found it to be a wonderful and very welcoming place. The people are great. Good memories of singing karaoke in a bar there. I am very sorry to hear the dreadful news.

Nigel Fearn, West Bromwich

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Je vous aime tous et je pleure avec vous. Je vous embrasse.

Carol Diggle, York

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England and France have a complicated relationship due to one thousand years of shared history but at times like this, the English people are unequivocal in sending our heartfelt condolences following the horrific attack in Nice. We send our love and support and stand with you, shoulder to shoulder.

Chris Reeves, Birmingham

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I would like to express my sadness and shock at the monstruous, heinous attack that occurred in Nice. I express my condolences and solidarity to the people of France.

France is a strong and proud country, stay strong. This scurge of terrorism must be defeated. France has given the world the ideals of : Liberte, Fraternite, Egalite.
Vive la France. Vive la Republique. Aujourd’hui, nous sommes tous Nicoises.

Sergio Pereira, Montrose, Scotland

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Saddened and moved to tears seeing images of the atrocity in Nice.
My sincerest condolences to the families of all those that have lost loved ones in this senseless violence. I prey all those injured will recover and return to their families very soon. God keep them strong.

Manish Radia, London

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Please do not boo Boris, we are not the enemy. Together we will defeat ISIS. Britain will always be on your side.

Keith Garland, Laceby

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It it is with deep sorrow that we learned of the tragedy at Nice. Our hearts go out to the people of Nice to those who are injured and to the families of those who have died. We especially pray for the children.

Mary Regan, Cloonfad, Ireland

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We send our sincere sympathy to the people of France after the atrocity at Nice. You have our full support

Douglas Smith and extended family, Truro

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I would like to extend my deepest sympathy and love to the people of Nice, to everyone who was on the Promenade des Anglais on the evening of July 14, and especially to those whose family members were lost or injured during those terrible events. We must stand together as peaceable citizens of Europe - for only in profound unity lies the strength to endure and overcome such gratuitous acts of barbarism.

David Sheppard, London

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I wish to express my most profound condolences for all who were killed and injured in this outrageous attack, and more widely to France and all the people of France who have been so movingly affected.

Thambirajah Ravinthiran, Northolt

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Words cannot express the sorrow we all feel for the atrocities that your country is being subjected too. You are in all our thoughts and hearts.

Clare Spry, Ipswich

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I am so terribly sorry to hear of the tragic events in Nice. Please accept my sincere condolences.

Wendy Hodgett, Newry, Northern Ireland

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What has the world come to when someone perpetrates this can of evil act. My heart is with our French compatriates. The families of the deceased and badly injured must be a living hell. What can I do to help any of you, I wish I knew. You are loved, never fortget that. I will try and do something to make a difference. All my thoughts and love are with you now.

Michele Hazelwood, London

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Our thoughts are with France. We are with you.

Peter Hayward, Haywards Heath

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Let us not forget them and those who died in vein before them.

Sanjay D’Humières, London/Paris

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I honestly do not know whether this world is getting worse of if the media brings more of these awful tragedies to our attention. Either way I have wept buckets these last few days for these Martyrs of this latest atrocity.

Helga Speck, Christchurch

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My thoughts and prayers are with you all.

Lucy Smith, Chelmsford

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J’etais desolee par cet evenement terrible. Liberte, egalite, fraternite - solidarite avec les peoples francais.

Jennifer Parsons, Havant

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Con mucho dolor y tristeza.

Solange Valdez, London

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Once again we find ourselves crying tears of sadness for such a violent act against the people of France. You are in our prayers and in our thoughts.

Neil Frewer, Pontypool, Wales

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A les peuples de tout LA monde. In my poor French, I grieve for the innocents who are mown down by extremists and lunatics. The world is against such vile behaviour, I hope and trust.

Gerard Boyle, Glasgow, Scotland

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So very sorry. They will not win. The aggressor never wins.

Carolyn Jones, Hull

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Our thoughts are with the people of France in this terrible time.

Robin Howe, Bury St. Edmunds

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Madam Ambassador, my wife Tessa & I wish to express our deepest sadness and horror at the tragedy that has befallen France in Nice. Our profound sympathy lies with all the families of the dead and injured.
Vive La France.

Max & Tessa Harrison, Southampton

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POUR LES VICTIMES ET LEURS FAMILLES DES EVENEMENTS CHOQUANTS A NICE. MY DEEPEST SYMPATHY TO THE VICTIMS AND FAMILIES OF THIS ATROCITY. I COLLECT THE WONDERFUL STAMPS OF FRANCE BOUGHT FROM PHIL@ POSTE in PERIGUEUX.

Eric Parton, Leeds

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In deepest sympathy and in solidarity with the people of France.

Richard Davies, London

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Je suis profondement choquee et emue par ce terrible evenement a Nice . Toutes mes pensees , mes larmes et ma compassion vont envers toutes les familles touchees par cette tragedie dans leur chair , leur coeur et leur tete. "Je ne vous demande qu’une chose, l’union ! Par l’union, vous vaincrez. Etouffez toutes les haines, éloignez tous les ressentiments, soyez unis, vous serez invincibles. Serrons-nous tous autour de la république en face de l’invasion, et soyons frères. Nous vaincrons.
C’est par la fraternité qu’on sauve la liberté. » - Victor Hugo .
Que la paix soit avec vous tous.

Veronique Pere-West, St Neots

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It was with very great shock and sadness that we heard of the terrible events in Nice.
But we want you all to know that we stand firm alongside the people of France.
You will be in our thoughts this day and in the days to come.

Derek Gallagher, Rainham
(chevalier de l’ordre national du mérite)

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Vive la République. Vive la France.

Sidney Guillot, London

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My condolencies and prayers for those involved with the tragedy in Nice and for all ofthe lovely French people at this time.

Christopher Mulliss, Axbridge

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Toutes nos prieres sont avec les victimes et leurs familles, ces atrocites doivent cesser, elles sont incensees et sans justification.

Marie-Ange Barlow, London

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So sad at the awful events in Nice on 14 July. I wanted to express my sympathy and solidarity with the people of Nice and of France.

Terence Shears, Bristol

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Nissa La Bella, we have spent so many happy hours, days and weeks under your sunny skies - and will do so again in the future, but for now, we send our love, thoughts and prayers to all those caught up or affected by the horrific attack on July 14th. May God bless and protect us all.

Sharon & Simon Gallagher, London

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My heartfelt condolences go out to the people of France following the terrorist attack in Nice. My thoughts and prayers are with the families of those murdered and injured.. i also want to express my solidarity with the people of France in their battle against terrorism.

Eilish Ashby, Holbeach

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En pensée avec toutes celles et ceux qui sont touchés par cet abject attentat.

Catherine Becour, London

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Madame, c’est avec une douleur profonde que nous vous écrivons, après les évènements tragiques d’ hier soir. Soyez assurés de nos condoléances pour vous et pour tous les citoyens français, aussi bien que ceux d’autres nationalités qui faisaient partie de ces évènements tragiques.

Nous penserons à vous et nous prierons pour vous tous pendant ces jours de deuil national. Surtout nous penserons aux familles and aux amis touchés par cette tragédie, aussi bien qu’à la nation en deuil.

Nous prions pour la sagesse, la justice at la paix aux moments où vous réagissez à cette situation, et surtout pour votre Président et pour votre Premier Ministre,
Dans l’amour de Jésus Christ, notre Sauveur,

Reverend Meirion Morris, Caerdydd/Cardiff

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I just wanted to express my deep sadness at the terrible event that occurred in Nice on 14/07/2016. My thoughts are with all those who suffered at the hands of this unspeakable evil-the victims who were killed, those who were left with appalling injuries and the relatives of all concerned.

My thoughts are also with the French people who have endured so much in the last eighteen months. Stay strong and don’t let these religious extremists and barbarians win out over your great secular traditions and bastion of democracy and human rights.
It is more important than ever that all western countries work closely together to defeat these forces of nihilism and destruction. As a British citizen you are in my thoughts. France is a great country.

Tony Hall, Birmingham

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Address : Ecotricity Group, Lion House, Rowcroft, Stroud, GL5 3BY
To all those affected by the atrocities of the Bastille attack - we stand united and pray that the people of France remain strong against these appalling threats of terror.
Our thoughts are with you, from us all at Ecotricity.

Helen Taylor, Stroud

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Encore et encore. pensees a tous ceux qui sont partis en ce beau soir d ete, pensees a leur famille, nous sommes tristes.

Josie Purvis, London

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Your Excellency, I am a private British citizen and citizen of the European Union, Please permit me to express, through you, my profound sympathy with all who are grieving for those who have lost their lives and with those who have suffered injury in Nice and, previously, elsewhere in France.

At such a time of tragedy we must declare our common humanity with the victims in particular and with the people of France in general. It reminds us that "bleu, blanc et rouge" is a mirror-image of "red, white and blue".
At times such as these, I earnestly hope that our French friends know that we in Britain hold them in our hearts.

John Kehoe, Marlborough

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C’est avec regret que j’apprends la mort d’innocents le jour de notre fete nationale. Je suis si triste que je n’ai plus de mots pour exprimer ma douleurs et ma peine pour les gens de Nice et autre personnes. Pour rendre mon omage, j’ai courru dimanche dernier 10K au tour du park Olympique avec une etiquette dans le dos pour rappeler que nous serons toujours plus fort que la betise humaine. Le park , c’est un symbol de paix entre les nations qui s’aiment et se respectent.

Je suis Charlie, Paris, Nice, Orlando, Kaboul, Islamabad ou bien Londres.

A bientot,

Jean-Marc Beloulou, Henlow

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I pray for the families and friends to give them strength
no words can describe how shock, sad, angry we feel.
all my sympathy and love

Sophie Guinche, Harrow

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We would like to offer our sympathy and condolences to the French people. My name is AZZA & my husband is Dr ALI El-Gingihy. We used to go to Cannes for holiday since the 80s till 5 years ago when my husband became unwell, but we cherish our memories in France as we had the best time of our life there. We loved the French people as they were always kind & helpful. We are British Egyptians. Egypt as well suffered from terror attacks. We share your sadness at this difficult time and remember that there is a light always at the end of the tunnel.

Dr Ali and Azza El-Gingihy, Leamington Spa

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Prayers, thoughts and sincere condolences are sent. At this difficult time may the "good lord" be with you all.

Andrew Murray, Guisborough

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Mes tres sinceres condoleances a tous ceux qui ont perdu une personne ou plus d’un member de la famille ou ami (s) dans l’attrocite attaque a Nice 14 Juillet 2016, que la terre de nos ancetres leur soit legere et que leurs ames se reposent en paix. Je leur souhaite egalement beaucoup de courage en ce moment difficile, et de prendre beaucoup soin.

Ma grande Sympathie,

Rosy-Claire Tchokote, Leicester

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Love is all I can send to France and it’s citizens at this time and I believe with all my heart that LOVE is the thing that will keeps us united. Live our lives to the fullest so that those who died in Nice on 14/07/16 did not do so in vain. My condolenses and Love to all. Brexit does not mean the UK does not support France and the rest of Europe. We do and always will.

Cherie’lee Harlow, London

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Les mots ne peuvent exprimer mes sentiments de tristesse et d’indignation devant les horribles événements à Nice.

Robert Snell, Brighton

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Je voudrais exprimer ma tristesse et celle de ma famille a tous ceux qui ont ete touches par ce terrible evenement. Nos pensees sont avec vous.

Maryse Redonnet, Stafford

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Very sad so see the terrible events in Nice. My heart goes out to the family and friends of victims.

David Maddison, Plymouth

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My prayers and heartfelt condolences go out to all the victims, and their families, caught up in last week’s tragedy.

Having spent many holidays in France, and being on the beach just a little further down the coast watching the fireworks last week - I just think of all those poor grieving families whose loved ones will never be going home.

Sally Munton, London

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Solidarité française, européenne, internationale. Tristesse profonde.

Martin Sorrell, Exeter

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Je voudrais offrir mes condoleances aupres de toute personne ayant perdu leur enfant, epouse ou epoux, maman, papa, grand-pere, grand-mere, cousin(e)s, tante, oncle, ami, etc... lors de l’attentat affreux a Nice le 14 Juillet 2016. Mes prieres sont avec vous et malgre la perte douloureuse que vous venez d’avoir, j’espere sincerement que ce petit mot vous aidera a rester courageux(euse) durant ce moment si difficile.

Affectueusement,

Une amie.

Magalie Mokoso, Dagenham

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On behalf of the Ismaili community in the United Kingdom, I offer our deepest condolences to the people of France and Nice on the tragic loss of lives on 14th July 2016. Our thoughts and prayers are with all those affected by this tragedy.

Liakat Hasham, London

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In all the years our countries have fought together against the enemy, we should stand side by side, in total respect of the Millions who gave their lives to protect our nations and hopefully peace on this planet, Britain will always be in the front. ex-Forces. They never died in vain.

Stephen Whiteman, London

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A terrible event, for which there are no words. Mes sympathies énormes avec le peuple français.

Adam Rumjon, London

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So sorry for the sadness
And the senseless waste of life
For the slaughter, for the children
Love to all who shared that night.

Marie Louise Pearce, Berkshire

Published on 22/07/2016

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