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PICTURES: Protestors drape messages of support for women's safety on our streets on Ness Bridge in Inverness after murder of London school teacher Sabina Nessa

By Alasdair Fraser

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Messages supporting the campaign for women’s safety on British streets have been placed on Ness Bridge in Inverness in tribute to murdered Sabina Nessa.

The protest messages over the weekend followed the 28-year-old London school teacher's killing after setting off on a five-minute journey from her home to a pub on Friday evening last week.

Some of the placards highlighted how the threat to women’s safety on UK streets remains a huge issue despite widespread public outrage after the murder of marketing executive Sarah Everard in South London six months ago.

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