Thousands of Sun on Sunday readers back the campaign for favourite London Bridge cops to be awarded George Cross

THOUSANDS of Sun on Sunday readers have corroborated the campaign for favourite London Bridge cops Wayne Marques and Charlie Guenigault to accept the George Cross.

Wayne, 38, and off-duty Charlie, 25, are still recuperating from mixed gash wounds after opposed 3 knife-wielding terrorists on Jun 3.

Both PCs went above and over to safeguard the reserve of the public

Both PCs went above and over to safeguard the reserve of the public

Both men risked their lives for the consequence of others

Both men risked their lives for the consequence of others

Thousands of Sun readers have sealed a petition which asks that the men be awarded with the George Cross

Thousands of Sun readers have sealed a petition which asks that the men be awarded with the George Cross

The George Cross is the top public endowment that can be awarded to a PC

The George Cross is the top public endowment that can be awarded to a PC

The attack left eight people passed and 48 some-more wounded.


Sign the petition here


Reader Kathleen Cooke, 65, from Chester, wrote: “What they did went way over the call of duty.”

Pensioner Bill Reynolds, 76, from West London added: “Most people would run away. Those police officers ran towards the danger.”

You can sign the petition at www.thesun.co.uk/georgecross

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