May 23 2013 Latest news:
One of men caught on camera after yesterday’s brutal murder of a soldier is thought to be former Romford schoolboy Michael Adebolajo.
Police searched a flat in Greenwich and took away four people for questioning, following yesterday’s killing of a soldier in Woolwich.
Armed officers were at the scene of yesterday’s “sickening” attack on a serving soldier in Woolwich within 14 minutes, it emerged today as police defended their response time.
David Cameron has described yesterday’s brutal killing of a serving soldier as “a betrayal of Islam”.
The Mayor of London has urged Londoners to go about their lives “in the normal way” following the brutal killing of a serving soldier yesterday.
The men allegedly behind the brutal killing of a serving soldier in Woolwich yesterday are of Nigerian background, sources have confirmed.
A mother-of-two confronted one of the Woolwich attackers, warning: “It is only you versus many people, you are going to lose.”
The Prime Minister has chaired a meeting of the government’s emergency response committee today after a man was killed in a suspected terrorist attack in Woolwich.
A man has died in a machete attack and two suspects are in hospital after being shot by police in Woolwich.
The Prime Minister David Cameron has described an incident in Woolwich, in which an apparently serving soldier was killed, as “truly shocking”.
The Met Police have arrested two people in connection with the death of a man in a machete attack.