#WeAreNotAfraid hashtag unites public on social media after Westminster attack

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Messages of solidarity and defiance were shared on social media after the terrorist attack at the Houses of Parliament.

Using the hashtag #WeAreNotAfraid users of Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram used their accounts to show support.

This came as four people, including members of the public and PC Keith Palmer, were killed.

Social media users posted this picture, with the TFL Underground logo, along with their messages. Picture: Twitter.

Social media users posted this picture, with the TFL Underground logo, along with their messages. Picture: Twitter.