Car crashes into barriers near UK Parliament in Westminster, wounds several pedestrians; man held on suspicion of terror offences
Westminster Underground station, close to the UK parliament, was closed and the building was cordoned off. No one was being allowed entry to parliament. As parliament is in recess for summer, most lawmakers are not using the building.
Facebook hired an online army of more than 7,000 people which is assigned to crack down on terrorists using the site.
London: The Scotland Yard officer stabbed to death at the gates of the UK Parliament in a terror attack earlier this year has been honoured for his bravery.
London police arrested a man at the fence surrounding the British parliament on suspicion of carrying a knife.
UK security forces have foiled at least five terror plots since a knife-wielding man in a speeding car mowed down four pedestrians to death in March.
British security forces foiled five terror plots since Parliament attack in March, media reports say
British security forces have foiled at least five terror plots since a knife-wielding man in a speeding car killed five persons near the UK Parliament in March
A man arrested near the British parliament last month has been charged with terrorism offences, as well as two historic charges relating to explosives in Afghanistan, police said Tuesday.
A man armed with knives was on Thursday arrested near the UK Parliament on suspicion of planning a terror attack, Scotland Yard said.
London attacker Khalid Masood interested in jihad, but 'no evidence' of Islamic State association, says police
Police have found no evidence that the man who killed four people in London last week was associated with the Islamic State group or Al-Qaeda, a senior British counter-terrorism officer said on Monday.
London: Terrorist Khalid Masood, who killed four persons in an attack at the Westminster Bridge, acted alone and there is no information suggesting further attacks are planned, police said.
The identity of the perpetrator of Wednesday's London attacks was out in the open in less than 24 hours after the incident. But, as some have opined, this was apparently not good enough and was tantamount to dishonesty
Before he killed at least four people in Britain's deadliest attack since the 2005 London bombings, Khalid Masood was considered by intelligence officers to be a criminal who posed little serious threat.