• Published on 4 Jun 2017 Sections UK

    Theresa May has made a private visit to some of the attack victims and hospital  staff who’ve been treating them. NHS England say that 21 people remain in a critical condition. Of the seven people who died, it’s now known that one was Canadian.  Hospital and ambulance workers rushed to the scene within minutes, volunteering…

  • Published on 4 Jun 2017 Sections UK

    Well normal politics hasn’t quite been suspended today – as the PM confirmed the election will go ahead as planned on Thursday. She used her response on the attack to outline her plans on national security. While Jeremy Corbyn will give a speech in the next half hour addressing the attack and setting out Labour’s…

  • Published on 4 Jun 2017 Sections UK

    We spoke to three people who were right in the midst of last night’s terrifying events Liam Connell, Alex Shellum and Richard Angell.

  • Published on 4 Jun 2017 Sections UK

    Police have been giving more details about their response – saying officers fired an “unprecedented” 50 rounds at the three attackers, fearing they were wearing suicide devices. One member of the public was wounded in the process. Counter terrorism chief Mark Rowley said said detectives were now trying to establish whether others were involved in…

  • Published on 4 Jun 2017

    7 people killed and forty eight injured, twenty one of them in critical condition. A third major attack in three months and four days before polling day will terror change the course of politics?

  • Published on 24 Mar 2017 Sections UK

    The latest victim of the attack has been named as 75-year-old Leslie Rhodes – a retired window cleaner from south London – who died in hospital yesterday from his injuries. His neighbours today described him as  the “glue” who had bound their neighbourhood together.

  • Published on 22 Mar 2017 Sections UK

    The Prime Minister, who was whisked away from the Commons as the attack began, has said her thoughts are with the victims. Tonight she  has been chairing a meeting of the Cobra security committee.

  • Published on 22 Mar 2017 Sections UK

    Some of the injured were taken to St Thomas’ Hospital and our correspondent Tom Clarke is there now.

  • Published on 22 Mar 2017 Sections UK

    To America now, where President Trump has been speaking with Theresa May for a briefing on the events in London today

  • Published on 11 Jan 2017 Sections Science, UK, Uncategorised, Weather

    Evening rush hour snow for south east England on Thursday

    Wintry weather is expected across much of the UK in the next few days, with some snow likely across south east England on Thursday, as well as other parts of the country.

  • Published on 3 Jan 2017 Sections UK

    Commuters returning to work after the Christmas holidays were greeted at stations across the country today by campaigners protesting about New Year fare rises.

  • Published on 2 Jan 2017 Sections UK

    It’s the first Monday in January and that can only mean one thing – rail fares rise again.

  • Published on 13 Dec 2016 Sections UK

    There’s a glimpse of relief for hundreds of thousands of commuters who’ve been facing the worst rail disruption for almost 20 years: talks will be held tomorrow aimed at resolving the strike by drivers on Southern Rail which has brought the network’s entire service to a halt.

  • Published on 1 Dec 2016 Sections UK

    Air quality alerts have been issued at bus stops, Tube stations and roadsides across London because of high pollution. The move comes as a new report calls for changes to motoring rules and infrastructure to help reduce vehicle emissions and improve health. But critics say the problem is not how we drive, but what we…

  • Published on 10 Nov 2016 Sections UK

    British Transport Police say six men and one woman were killed in yesterday’s tram crash in south London. The tram derailed as it took a corner at speed. The driver, who was arrested on suspicion of manslaughter, has been released on bail.