Prime Minister Theresa May addressed the British public outside Downing Street saying  it is time to say “enough is enough” when it comes to tackling terrorism. “We cannot and must not pretend that things can continue as they are” she said.

May there was “far too much tolerance” of extremism in the UK. She “difficult” and potentially “embarrassing” conversations were needed and pointed out the need to “regulate cyberspace”. 

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May confirmed that the election campaign will resume tomorrow and voting will go ahead on Thursday as scheduled

Toll in the latest London attack on has risen to seven.

Four French citizens, including one seriously injured and one Spaniard are among the wounded

Putin: “cruelty and cynicism of London attack are appalling”. Condemns terrorism, expresses condolences to British people.

Iran: London attacks “an alarming signal for the global community” and condemn terrorism in “all shapes and aspects regardless of purpose and motive.”

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All political parties suspend campaigning today except UKIP.