British Prime Minister Theresa May on Thursday said police have identified the Westminster attack suspect as a British-born man who was already known to the country’s intelligence services. “What I can confirm is that the man was British-born and that some years ago he was once investigated by MI5 in relation to concerns about violent […]
Prime Minister Theresa May assures members of Parliament and the nation that they were not afraid.
The Islamic State group said Thursday one of its “soldiers” carried out the deadly rampage at the British parliament, as Prime Minister Theresa May vowed the nation would not be cowed by its deadliest attack in 12 years. Police identified the assailant as 52-year-old Khalid Masood, a...
The man who launched Wednesday's deadly attack at parliament was born in Britain and known to the intelligence services, Prime Minister Theresa May said on Thursday. "What I can confirm is that the man was British-born and that some years ago he was once investigated by MI5 in relation to concerns about violent extremism," she told lawmakers. Show More Summary
Poland's most powerful politician says he will tell British Prime Minister Theresa May that Warsaw would like Britain to keep close ties with the European Union after it leaves the … Click to Continue »
World leaders have unanimously condemned the attack in the heart of London by a man who was shot dead by armed police, with many saying they stand with Britain. Prime Minister Theresa May described the attack as "sick and depraved", saying the assailant chose the site as an assault on Britain's democratic values. Show More Summary
Prime Minister Theresa May told lawmakers that the man behind an attack in London was born in Britain and had been investigated in the past.
LONDON — In the aftermath of Wednesday's terror attack in Westminster, which left four dead and dozens injured, British MPs have been making statements and offering condolences in Parliament. Addressing Prime Minister Theresa May, Simon...Show More Summary
Prime Minister Theresa May says the Westminster Bridge attacker was previously known to MI5. MI5 dismissed him as "peripheral" and a "historic" case. It had no warning of the attack, May says. A former MI5 agent tells Business Insider that it might require 20 agents to keep track of one suspect. Show More Summary
Prime Minister Theresa May confirmed the man behind the Westminster terror attack was born in Britain. Speaking to MPs she said: "What I can confirm is that the man was British-born and that some years ago, he was once investigated by MI5 in relation to concerns about violent extremism. Show More Summary
Prime Minister Theresa May addressed the UK Parliament Thursday, less than 24 hours after a terror attack that killed five, and injured dozens of...
"Some years ago, he was once investigated by MI5 in relation to concerns about violent extremism," Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May says.
British Prime Minister Theresa May says Wednesday's attacker was British-born and had been known to authorities. British media report the suspect lived at a home police raided in Birmingham. Jonathan Vigliotti reports.
U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May told British lawmakers that one attacker was responsible for the deadly Westminster terror incident in London on Wednesday, and that the attacker had been investigated by security services in the past....Show More Summary
LONDON — Prime Minister Theresa May delivered her speech to the House of Commons on Thursday morning, following the London attack. May was speaking to MPs less than 24 hours after a yet to be identified terrorist fatally stabbed a police...Show More Summary
6:07 p.m.: U.K. prime minister Theresa May called upon her countrymen to carry on as normal in a short speech following the terrorist attack in London today: She praised police officers, expressed sympathy for the victims and their families,...Show More Summary
Britain's premiere's reaction to the violent attacks in Westminster that left three people and the attacker dead.
British Prime Minister Theresa May publicly spoke about the London attack today...
Prime Minister Theresa May's speech comes after she chaired a Cabinet Office Briefing Room meeting. Four people were killed, including a police officer, after suspected terrorist attack in Westminster, London. A lone suspect shot byShow More Summary
President Donald Trump spoke to British Prime Minister Theresa May on Wednesday after an attack outside Parliament in London left at least four dead, including the attacker. “President Donald J. Trump spoke today with Prime MinisterShow More Summary