Amongst #legsit and Brexit and the other awful things going on in the world right now that make you want to crawl under a duvet and never leave, sometimes everyone on social media does something lovely.
In the aftermath of the horrendous attack on Westminster last month, social media was ablaze – some of it true, some if it false – but as the scale of the incident became clear, good old Twitter-ers responded with a great mix of hope, resilience and humour.
The Pool provided one of the best round-ups showing Twitter paying their respects to the true heroes of the day, offering their condolences to those killed and injured and praised the bravery of the emergency services as #prayforlondon and #WeAreNotAfraid became top trends on Twitter.
We’ve pulled out a handful of our favourites below but you can see the full list on The Pool here.
An MP giving CPR to a Police Officer
An off duty doctor being first on the scene
Medics treating assailant & victims equally
— ❄Jack Monroe (@MxJackMonroe) March 22, 2017
What is there to say but thank you to the poor police officer who died defending Parliament and all of us who work there this afternoon.
— Kate McCann (@KateEMcCann) March 22, 2017
Reporter: "You're defiant, yes? Defying the terrorists?"
"Er, no, I'm just going to work"
— Stuart Murphy (@stuartmurphy100) March 23, 2017
FOX NEWS: London today is a city living in the shadow of terror, paralyzed by fear…
LONDONERS: Pret baguette or Tesco sandwich for lunch?
— tom jamieson (@jamiesont) March 23, 2017