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Khalid Masood: Everything we know about 52-year-old Westminster attacker
The Westminster attacker has been named as 52-year-old Khalid Masood, who had a range of previous convictions.
Islamic State claims it was behind Westminster terror attack
Islamic State has claimed it was behind the Westminster attack in a statement issued by its Amaq news agency.
Trump hails third Westminster attack victim as 'great American'
President Trump has paid tribute to the third victim of the Westminster terror attack, US citizen Kurt Cochran.
MP tells school children caught up in Westminster attack: I'm proud of you
An MP has written to school children trapped in the Houses of Parliament during the terror attack to thank them for "being brilliant".
Theresa May: PC Keith Palmer 'every inch a hero' who will 'never be forgotten'
Keith Palmer, the unarmed policeman who was stabbed to death by a terrorist as he stood guard outside Parliament, has been described by Theresa May as "every inch a hero" whose "actions will never be forgotten".
Bill Clinton and Arlene Foster attend funeral for Martin McGuinness in Derry
Former US president Bill Clinton and ex-first minister Arlene Foster were among those who attended Martin McGuinness' funeral.
James Corden says Westminster attack 'will not divide' London as other stars share tributes
James Corden has paid tribute to his "vibrant, diverse and proud" home city of London following the Westminster attack, saying terror will not divide the capital.
Father Bidhya Sagar Das faces trial for infant son's murder
A father accused of murdering his one-year-old son and attempting to kill the boy's twin sister will go on trial in the autumn.
Retail sales in worst slump for nearly seven years: ONS
Retail sales have been suffering their worst slump in nearly seven years as inflation bites - despite a partial bounce-back last month.
Lord Chief Justice attacks Justice Secretary for failing to stick up for Brexit judges
The country's top judge has attacked the Justice Secretary for failing to defend him and two colleagues who had been labelled "enemies of the people" over Brexit.