BRITONS should not turn against each other but remain united in love, according to prominent right-wing extremists keen to move on.
Commentators including Nigel Farage have told the country that we cannot fight terrible crimes like this by ‘giving in to those who peddle hatred and division’.
Farage said: “Now is not the time to frighten people with large posters depicting ‘hordes’ of ‘Turkish immigrants’ who are actually Syrian refugees, fleeing for their lives.
“And now is certainly not the time to describe those refugees as ‘cockroaches’. We must not allow ourselves to get caught up in the politics of identity practiced by those who think there are pathetically simplistic solutions to everything, such as closing our borders and quitting the EU.”
Meanwhile, former EDL leader Tommy Robinson, real name Krystof Razynski, added: “We should all have respect enough to maintain a dignified silence until it is time to move on and discuss it no further. Probably tomorrow.
“Sorry, my phone went. I have news alerts set up so I can tweet about Muslims 24 hours a day.”