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Theresa May: PC Keith Palmer 'every inch a hero' who will 'never be forgotten'
Keith Palmer, the unarmed policeman who was stabbed to death by a terrorist as he stood guard outside Parliament, has been described by Theresa May as "every inch a hero" whose "actions will never be forgotten".
Westminster attacker was British citizen who had been investigated by MI5, says PM
Theresa May has told Parliament that the Westminster attacker was a British citizen who was known to police and security services.
Westminster attack: Tobias Ellwood hailed hero for trying to save police officer
The image of foreign minister Tobias Ellwood, face bloodied, fighting to save the life of murdered policeman Keith Palmer will come to define the moment terror struck at the heart of London.
Westminster terror attack: Gunshots heard at parliament - we ran towards them
Often when I take the Tube to work I use the "James Bond" entrance - the nickname for the high-security portal to Parliament tucked away in Westminster Station.
James Corden says Westminster attack 'will not divide' London as other stars share tributes
James Corden has paid tribute to his "vibrant, diverse and proud" home city of London following the Westminster attack, saying terror will not divide the capital.
Westminster attack: Eyewitnesses recall scenes of horror in London
Eyewitnesses have described scenes of horror when a terrorist drove his car at high-speed into pedestrians on Westminster Bridge before crashing his car into railings outside Parliament and then fatally stabbed a policeman.
Westminster terror attack: Lone wolves keep security services up at night
A carving knife. A car. An ideology twisted into madness itself and vanity. These are the ingredients that make for the perfect terrorist.
Retail sales in worst slump for nearly seven years: ONS
Retail sales have been suffering their worst slump in nearly seven years as inflation bites - despite a partial bounce-back last month.
Martin McGuinness funeral: Bill Clinton expected to join mourners
Former US president Bill Clinton and ex-Northern Ireland first minister Peter Robinson are expected to join thousands of mourners at the funeral of Martin McGuinness in his native Derry.
Balloons and sky lanterns must be banned, says environmental group
Campaigners are urging councils to ban the release of balloons and sky lanterns on their land after volunteers noticed a dramatic increase in litter on beaches.