LONDON TERROR ATTACK VICTIM WAS SPANISH NATIONAL

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ONE of the three victims of the London terror attack has been named as Spanish national Aysha Frade.

The  mother-of-two who was 43-year-old, who taught Spanish at DLD College near the scene of the attack on Westminster Bridge.

It is thought she was on her way to collect her children aged eight and 11 from school she was mowed down by the terrorist’s 4×4 car.

According to Spanish media Aysha was born in Britain and had Portuguese husband called John Frade.

Her family hailed from Betanzos near the Galician city of La Coruna.

Several relatives are understood to be travelling to the UK.

Tributes have been paid to PC Keith Palmer who was also killed in the terror attack.

Security arrangements at Westminster are to be reviewed following the horrific attack.

Defence Secretary Sir Michael Fallon said the review would look at whether current security arrangements are “adequate” and whether police at the front gates should be armed.

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