British Police Investigating Man Who Drove Car Into Parliament's Security Barrier
A man drove a car across traffic and into a security barrier outside the Houses of Parliament in London on Tuesday. Three people were injured in what British police are treating as a terror attack.
Westminster terror attack probe: Suspect drove around central London for hours before Parliament crash, police reveal
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Addresses searched in London terror probe
Police are searching three addresses in central England after a suspected terror attack outside London's Houses of Parliament.
Car hits pedestrians in suspected terrorist attack at UK parliament
A man deliberately drove a car into London pedestrians and cyclists on Tuesday before ramming it into barriers outside Britain's parliament in what appeared to be the second terrorist attack at the building in just under 18 months, police said.
Police searching three addresses after London incident
Police investigating a man who drove into pedestrians outside parliament on Tuesday morning said they were searching two addresses in Birmingham and one in Nottingham, central England, as part of their inquiries.
Driver who hit London pedestrians was British citizen: security minister
A man who drove a car into London pedestrians outside Britain's parliament on Tuesday was a British citizen who originally came from another country, security minister Ben Wallace said.
Men's toilets could get sanitary bins to tackle fatbergs blocking London sewers
A familiar sight that is usually only seen in women's toilets could be coming to men's loos.
Focus: Breaking Travel News interview: Michael Bonsor, managing director, Rosewood London
Having transformed a stunning building in a somewhat unfashionable location into one of the most desirable addresses in London, Rosewood London managing director Michal Bonsor here tells Breaking Travel news about the journey
Shoppers in south London can buy groceries in Sainsbury's without even going to the checkout
In a UK first, shoppers in south London can now buy groceries in Sainsbury's without going to the checkout or self-service scanner.
London football clubs urged to cover more of £5 million a year match day policing costOlder articles »
Football clubs are being urged to pay more to cover the annual £5 million cost to the taxpayer of policing match days in London.