As the dust settles on yesterday’s terror attack, difficult questions need to be asked about the terrorist and the specific circumstances which led to the incident on Streatham High Road, south London.
There are breaking reports of a possible terrorist incident in London. According to the Metropolitan Police, a man was shot by armed officers in a “terrorist-related” incident in south London after he stabbed “several” people.
The London Assembly’s police and crime committee has called for a restructuring of how police and the mayor’s office handle the problem of slavery victims in London which, in just five years, has undergone a tenfold increase in numbers.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani has strongly reacted to some British officials’ expression of support for the recent assassination of Lieutenant General Qassem Soleimani by the US in Iraq, noting how the senior Iranian commander’s anti-terror efforts contributed to international security, including that of Britain itself.
The founder of the whistle-blowing website WikiLeaks has been blocked from access to his lawyers to discuss his potential extradition to the United States of America following his arrest inside the Ecuadorian Embassy in London. Now held in Belmarsh high security prison, Assange fears his extradition to the US may lead to the death penalty for alleged crimes including conspiring to commit computer treason.
London, UK – Police in London have arrested a 48 year old man following an altercation on a TfL Bus in the Borough of Hackney. The suspect is alleged to have made antisemitic remarks towards a 36 year male as he was reading a prayer book whilst travelling to a location near Stamford Hill.