Normality returned to Borough Market as it opened its doors for the first time since the London Bridge terror attack .

A minute silence was held at 10am on Wednesday (June 14) as London Mayor Sadiq Khan and media mogul Rupert Murdoch were among the crowd to pay tribute to the eight victims killed in the attack on Saturday, June 3.

Traders were keen to get back to their daily routine, welcoming back shoppers, as restaurants also started business again.

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A minute silence held as Borough Market reopens after attack
Borough Market reopened for the first time since the London Bridge terror attacks

Chair of trustees of Borough Market , Donald Hyslop, said: "Come here today, come here at the weekend, come here when you can, its your market.

"Strong and together, London is open. Borough Market is open."

"We were really keen to get back as soon as we could to trading because its their peoples livelihoods.

"But we also need to respect and remember people who were effected by what happened here."

Eight people were killed in the attack which happened around 10am on Saturday June 3.

Inquests opened into the deaths of the victims on Tuesday Jun 13.

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