Councillors observe minute’s silence for victims of Brussels attacks

Councillors observe a minute's silence for the terror attack victims in Brussels
Councillors observe a minute's silence for the terror attack victims in Brussels

Councillors paid tribute to the people who lost their lives in the deadly terror attacks in Brussels on Tuesday.

The mayor of Milton Keynes, Councillor Keith McLean, asked councillors to stand for a minute’s silence at their last council meeting before elections.

He said: “I would ask we observe a minute’s silence and think of those who so tragically lost their lives.”

Suicide bombers killed 31 people in Maelbaek Metro station and Brussels Airport yesterday.