Politicians and survivors of north London mosque attack vow to stay ‘strong and united’

Survivors of the Finsbury Park terrorist attack have joined politicians, faith leaders and emergency service workers who helped victims in a moment of silence marking a year since the attack.

Makram Ali, who had six children, was killed and a dozen others were injured when Darren Osborne drove a van into a crowd leaving evening prayers during Ramadan, outside the Muslim Welfare House in north London.

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