BREAKING: ‘Knife and van terror attack’ at London Pride tomorrow foiled by cops

“We need the public to help us by taking the usual precautions by remaining vigilant and reporting anything of concern to police officers or stewards at the event”

Commander Helen Millichap

Pride’s co-chairwoman Alison Camps earlier said: “We are aiming to be the biggest ever. There will be 30,000 people in the parade, 5,000 more than last year.

“We are looking to make a big statement about our community.”

Scotland Yard previously advised people to stay vigilant while enjoying the day.

Commander Helen Millichap said: “We want Pride to be a friendly and safe event for everyone to enjoy.

“We need the public to help us by taking the usual precautions by remaining vigilant and reporting anything of concern to police officers or stewards at the event.”

“As with any large event, the Met’s priority is public safety and we are working closely with the organisers in the lead-up to Pride to develop our policing plan”.

Daily Star Online has approached Metropolitan Police for comment. 

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