Concerns remain over a “handful” of Britons caught up in the Paris attacks, Home Secretary Theresa May has said.
One Briton – Nick Alexander from Essex – has been confirmed dead, and Mrs May said others had been injured.
She warned that people in Britain should be “alert but not alarmed” and said increased police patrols and border searches were taking place.
Officials and ministers will meet later to discuss the lessons that can be learned from Friday's attack, she said.
Mrs May told the BBC's Andrew Marr Show the UK stood “in solidarity” with France, adding: “The terrorists will not win – we will defeat them.”
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