Security review could see all police at gates of Parliament equipped with guns - Evening Standard

A security review of Parliament will probe whether police officers on the main gates should be permanently armed. Some of the entrances to the Westminster estate are already guarded by heavily-armed officers. But the terrorist who attacked Westminster ...

BREAKING: London attacker WAS British-born jihadist probed by MI5 over violent extremism - Express.co.uk

THERESA MAY today revealed a British-born man inspired by Islamist ideology - who had previously been probed in relation to violent extremism - was the terrorist who killed three in Westminster yesterday. By Greg Heffer, Political Reporter. PUBLISHED: ...

London attack: The victims - BBC News

Three people were killed, along with the assailant, in Wednesday's attack in Westminster, close to the Houses of Parliament. Another 29 people needed hospital treatment, of whom seven remain critically injured. Details have not been given of all the ...

A Look at Victims of the Attack Outside London's Parliament - U.S. News & World Report

A police officer places flowers and a photo of fellow police officer Keith Palmer, who was killed in yesterdays attack, on Whitehall near the Houses of Parliament in London, Thursday March 23, 2017. On Wednesday a knife-wielding man went on a deadly ...

Islamic terrorism linked to attack: Fallon - The Australian

British Defence Secretary Michael Fallon says the working assumption is that the London attack is linked to Islamic terrorism. He told BBC Radio Four's Today program: "It was no accident that this attack was on Westminster, because it is at Westminster ...

7 arrested in Westminster attack case - Calcutta Telegraph

London, March 23 (Reuters): Police arrested seven people in the investigation into a lone-wolf attacker who killed three people and injured 40 before being shot dead by police near parliament in London, Britain's most senior counter-terrorism officer ...

British PM May Says Terrorists Will Be Defeated - U.S. News & World Report

Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May makes a statement at Downing street in London, Britain, March 22, 2017 following the attack in Westminster. REUTERS/Richard Pohle/Pool Reuters. LONDON (Reuters) - Prime Minister Theresa May said on Thursday ...

London attacker was British-born, known to intelligence services: May - Reuters

Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May makes a statement at Downing street in London, Britain, March 22, 2017 following the attack in Westminster. REUTERS/Richard Pohle/Pool. LONDON The man who launched Wednesday's deadly attack at parliament was ...

London attack: British-born attacker 'known to MI5' - BBC News

The Westminster attacker was British-born and known to the police and intelligence services, the prime minister has revealed. In a statement to the Commons, Theresa May said he had been investigated some years ago over violent extremism but had been a ...

UK attacker was British-born man; eight others arrested - The Globe and Mail

British Prime Minister Theresa May says police know the identity of the British-born man who went on a car and gun rampage at Parliament on Wednesday. May says he was once investigated for extremist links but was considered a peripheral figure.

James Corden says Westminster attack 'will not divide' London as other stars share tributes - Sky News

David Beckham and Cara Delevingne are also among the stars sharing messages of support following the Westminster terror attack. 11:08, UK, Thursday 23 March 2017. James Corden Image Caption: James Corden joins a list of celebrities 'praying for ...

British-Born London Attacker Had Once Been Investigated by Spies - Bloomberg

British security services had once investigated the terrorist behind the worst attack on London in more than a decade, Prime Minister Theresa May said as Parliament resumed its work following Wednesday's deadly assault. The British-born attacker was on ...

Irish person among those injured in London terror attack, British PM Theresa May confirms as she leads tributes to ... - The Irish Sun

AN Irish person was among those injured in the Westminster terror attack, British PM Theresa May said as she made a defiant statement in the House of Commons. The Prime Minister addressed a packed chamber as MPs got back to business less than 24 ...

World watches as London 'stabbed in heart' - BBC News

The brazen attack outside parliament in central London has made headlines across the world. Many newspapers have questioned how such an attack was possible in such a fortified part of the city. Although the attacker has not yet been identified, many ...

London attacker was British-born 'peripheral figure' known to MI5 - CNBC

The British-born man, who plowed a car into pedestrians on London's Westminster Bridge, killing three and seriously injuring several others, was previously investigated by intelligence services for extremist behavior but was "not part of the current ...

PM May: 'We are not afraid' - Financial Times

“This was an attack on free people everywhere,” prime minister Theresa May has said of the “sickening” violence around the UK parliament on Wednesday. Sample the FT's top stories for a week. You select the topic, we deliver the news. Select topic.

Public donate thousands for family of 'brave' PC Keith Palmer after London attack - Telegraph.co.uk

More than £10,000 has been donated to help support the family of the murdered PC who had worked for the Metropolitan Police for 15 years. Donations to PC Keith Palmer. Stephen Redgewell, who created the page, said: “The Metropolitan Police Federation ...

UK spy chief says agency fully mobilised after London attack - Daily Mail

LONDON, March 23 (Reuters) - Britain's domestic intelligence service said its operational response was fully mobilised in support of the police after an attack in London on Wednesday that killed four people. "We stand shoulder-to-shoulder with our ...

Westminster falls silent for victims of London terror attack - Telegraph.co.uk

A minute's silence has been held at New Scotland Yard and in the House of Commons in memory of the victims of the Westminster terror attack. The silence was held at 9.33am, because 48-year-old Pc Keith Palmer - who was killed in the attack - had the ...

London attack: Australian resident Trish Neis-Beer among the injured - The Sydney Morning Herald

The family of a South Australian woman say they are anxious for her to come home after she was hit by a car in the London terror attack, leaving her injured. Patricia Neis-Beer, known to her friends as Trish, arrived in London to visit her daughter ...