More deaths - this time in London. When it's this close it feels worse, but obviously it's a drop in the ocean when compared to what is happening on a daily basis in places like Syria. I saw this from one of our political commentators, Brendan O'Neil - it summed up how I feel.
"This cowardly car-and-knife attack is a reminder of the great pain individual terrorists can inflict. A teacher killed, a policeman stabbed to death, French students badly injured. One man with nasty ideas and crude weapons can do terrible things. But this vile assault should also remind us of one of the prime responsibilities of us citizens at times like this: to ensure that terrorism has no impact beyond its murderous one. To do everything within our power to make sure that while this bloody, scrappy act may have succeeded in impacting awfully on scores of individuals, it will have no impact on our political life, our daily lives, or our sense of security. That’s the power of the citizen in relation to terrorism: to refuse to give it the response of fear that it craves, and needs."