People are wary but are getting on with life, says Sligo man in London

A Sligo man living in London says people in the English capital are getting on with their daily lives despite yesterday’s double attack in the city.

Seven people have were killed while the London ambulance service says 48 people are being treated in hospitals across the city following last night’s incidents on both London Bridge and in the Borough Market area.

Andy Rogers, who is a Director at the British/Irish Chamber of Commerce is originally from Ballymote and is living in North London.

He told Ocean FM News this afternoon that although people in the city are staying alert, they will continue to go about their business as usual: