Manchester City Council responds to the attack on London Bridge today.
Cllr Sue Murphy, Deputy Leader of Manchester City Council, said: "Our thoughts are with London tonight and with those affected by the attack on London Bridge today. Too often are we remembering those lost following senseless acts of violence, but it's at these times more than any other that we must come together. It is important that we stay vigilant against hate because it's our solidarity and unity that makes us stronger.
"Of course, the emergency services must be lauded for their professionalism in the face of danger. We thank you."
An online book of condolence has opened on the Council's homepage and a physical book will be placed in the Central Library.