The UK Foreign Office is ‘standing by’ to help Britons in the French city of Nice, after a lorry crashed into a crowd killing at least 84 people (BBC).
British ambassador to France Julian King said he was on his way to Nice to join a team assisting UK nationals. Downing Street said Prime Minister Theresa May was being kept up to date on "this terrible incident". A spokesman said Number 10 was "shocked and concerned" by the attack, which happened during Bastille Day celebrations in the capital of the French Riviera.
Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson said he was "saddened by the appalling events in Nice, and the terrible loss of life".
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