Norwich City Hall lit up in red, white and blue as a mark of respect to the victims of the Westminster terror attack.

City Hall lit up in red, white and blue as a mark of respect to victims of Westminster terror attack

City Hall lit up in red, white and blue as a mark of respect to victims of Westminster terror attack. PIC: Peter Walsh. - Credit: Archant

Norwich City Hall has been lit up in red, white and blue as a mark of respect to the victims of the Westminster terror attack.

Norwich City Hall has been lit up in red, white and blue as a mark of respect to the victims of the Westminster terror attack.

The tribute, which will see the city landmark lit up until Monday, comes as it emerged an as yet unnamed 75-year-old man has now died following the attack.

Others killed are college worker Aysha Frade, US tourist Kurt W Cochran, unarmed police officer Pc Keith Palmer and Khalid Masood, 52, the man police believe carried out the attack.

The flag is also being flown at half-mast at the City Hall in Norwich where a minute's silence was held at 9.33am today.

Staff at Norfolk County Council and MPs, peers and staff working in Parliament and Whitehall fellsilent at the same time.

A large area around the Palace of Westminster, including Parliament Square and Westminster Bridge, remained cordoned off on Thursday morning but staff were able to access the building and return to work.

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The House of Commons satafter prayers at 9.30am, with the minute's silence following before questions to Liam Fox and ministers from his Department for International Trade.

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The Union flag was flying at half-mast over the Houses of Parliament and other nearby buildings.

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