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did not know at that point whether somebody was loose, armed, in the building. As Iain Duncan Smith said, they didn't want us near any class because of the fear of an explosion. We stayed there, moved to the Central Lobby and five hours later the evacuation started. Earlier this morning, the Prime Minister Theresa May gave a statement to the House of Commons. We can listen to that in full now
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The House of Commons was in sombre reflective mood this morning. In memory of those who lost.
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Extra security London is under extra security with a boost in both armed and unarmed officers. A senior police officer told VOA it appears to have been "a three-staged attack." It began with an SUV being driven over Westminster Bridge right by the House of Commons. The SUV mounted the sidewalk and struck several pedestrians. According to police sources, the vehicle struck some other pedestrians at the perimeter fence near the gates at Old Palace Yard. “The attacker then rushed the gates and struggled with a police guard who tried to stop him. The assailant stabbed him several times," the senior police officer said. “Other officers shot the attacker." The gunfire was heard at 2:38 p.m. London time inside the House of Commons as lawmakers were debating legislation on pension reform. Eyewitnesses said about a half-dozen shots were fired. "It all happened within a minute," witness Tawhid Tanim told VOA.
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certainly do not speak for me. STUDIO: That is where we leave the House of Commons, the Prime Minister with a very full statements to a packed chamber. While she was on her feet, a statement from Buckingham Palace, the Queen expressing her thoughts, prayers and deepest.
BBC News 24
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place and learn about this place and also are able to access their representatives at this place and we should ensure that will always continue. My honourable friend has mentioned the House of Commons staff who were showing exemplary behaviour and I wanted to.
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or this city and do not speak for me. I'm grateful for her words. Again for the warm way in which she has spoken of the actions of the House of Commons staff who were looking after children. But she is right, the terrorists do not speak in the name of the faith
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point. It is part of our democracy that members of the public, that the constituents that we represented are able to come to this place, are able to learn about this place, but are able to access their elected representatives here and we should ensure that will always continue. My honourable friend has already mentioned the House of Commons.
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in the name of Islam do not speak to the Muslims in this country, do not speak for the Muslims in this City and certainly do not speak for me. I am grateful to the honourable lady for her words. Again for the warm way in which she has spoken of the action of the members of the House of Commons staff who were looking after the small children in the nursery. But she's very right. Absolutely right, the terrorists do not speak in the name of the faith
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the constituents we represent are able to come to this place, learn about it but are also able to access their elected representatives at this place and we should be short that will always continue. My Right Honourable friend has already mentioned the House of Commons staff who.
Lincolnshire Echo
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A former Lincolnshire Echo journalist has spoken of the moment he was in Parliament as shots were fired during the terror attack at Westminster. Richard Wheeler, who is now the Parliamentary editor for Press Association, said it was 'terrible' that a policeman had been killed after the incident outside the House of Commons, which sent Parliament into lockdown. The 31-year-old, who was born in Lincolnshire and grew up in Lincoln, had just returned to the Press Association office inside...
BBC News 24
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I think everyone who works on the Parliamentary estate has considered what they would do if a day like yesterday ever happened. For those who work with families on site it is of particular concern. I wonder if the Prime Minister would join me in saying a specific word for the staff at the House of Commons.
Sky News
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they would do when what yesterday happened, but those who do when families are alongside ours is a particular concern and I wonder if the Prime Minister will join me for specific arrays for the staff of the House of Commons nursery. Many of.
ABC News - International
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Theresa May spoke in the House of Commons, saying, "Our resolve will never waiver in the face of terrorism."
Daily Mail - Home
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International Business Times
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She was speaking in the House of Commons, which was locked down for hours during attack.
Daily Express
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THERESA MAY today declared "we are not afraid" as she addressed the House of Commons less than 24 hours after the terror attack on Parliament.
The Herald
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Theresa May has told the House of Commons that Parliament was sending out the message following Wednesday's attack: "We will never waver in the face of terrorism."
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Daily Express
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THERESA MAY today declared "we are not afraid" as she addressed the House of Commons less than 24 hours after the terror attack on Parliament.
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People who come to our country come because of our values, freedom and democracy. Not to change it. We're seeing live pictures of the House of Commons now. We are expecting to hear from the Prime Minister, Theresa May, very shortly. As soon as she begins speaking, of course, you will be able to hear.
Sky News
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Welcome back to Westminster. As you can see it is not business as usual outside the chambers of the House of Commons and House of Lords. Police are looking at the scene yesterday of the stabbing of PC Keith Palmer and.
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MPs on their way to the House of Commons to hear Theresa May before she gives her statement to the Commons and tries to sum up the mood of a nation, as well as paying tribute to those who.
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lost their lives, including 48-year-old PC Keith Palmer who we know was a husband, a dad, who'd served in the Metropolitan Police for over ten years. We'll take you live to the House of Commons, of course, at 10.30 as you'd expect ahead of that statement from.