‘We’re devastated’: Cambridge University and residents react to London Bridge attack

‘We’re devastated’: Cambridge University and residents react to London Bridge attack


We’re devastated. I met Jack only once, but I must say
that he impressed me as a person of tremendous charm but also
extraordinary commitment. He really believed that the work that
Learning Together is doing is fundamental for the future of our society. This is an attack on our community
in many ways, and it was intended as such. It was meant to produce a form of terror
and sadness. And it’s clearly done that.
its made people very, very sad. I think it’s really important for everyone
to understand and to stand together. We can’t be oppressed by these sort of events. And I think it’s also the right thing to do
to acknowledge the courage of those who put themselves forward
to save others. I think that’s very important to do that. Such an awful thing that happened and
to know that there is the possibility that residents from Cambridge have
been affected. We just wanted to come in and just show
our support for people and to let them know that we’re thinking of them.

23 Replies to “‘We’re devastated’: Cambridge University and residents react to London Bridge attack

  1. Can all attacks regarding knife crime be dealt like this please and not just terrorism. London is known for knife crime =/

  2. Great you care enough when one of your own are stabbed while bombing and killing millions of people around the world

  3. anyone who commits terrorism in this country should be kicked out of this country passport taken away it is treason why would anyone try to rehabilitate a terrorist

  4. A great young man who spent his life being productive to society particularly those who would be stigmatised , he gave of self for their betterment , so sad , my condolences to his father mother , girlfriend , all his loved ones , seemed a great young man , may he rest in peace .🙏🏾

  5. The tragic death of the innocent victim is sad, but so is the supplying of weapons to bad regimes by our Western governments.

  6. NATO countries have mass murdered millions of unarmed men women and children civilians. It is surprising that there is such a small response 2 NATO countries.

  7. Why are these terrorist allowed regular visits from the local cleric?? They obviously sit an pray in prison all day long and it doesn't seem to be working either…

  8. Jack Merritt: London Bridge attack victim described as 'best guy' ► https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2019/dec/01/london-bridge-attack-victim-jack-merritt-tributes
    Education in jails 'must not be undermined by London Bridge attack' ► https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2019/dec/01/education-jails-not-undermined-london-bridge-attack

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