London Attack 2017
Khalid Masood mowed down pedestrians.
The loss of privacy can 'last a long time'.
The accusation from many against the British Muslim community in the wake of the London terror attack is that spiritual leaders
Well, we got there in the end. Sort of. It has taken Theresa May two full days to say "I think Donald Trump is wrong in what he said about Sadiq Khan, in relation to the terrorist attacks on London." A meek, one sentence response that typifies May's approach to tackling divisive rhetoric: lacklustre and feeble.
Emotions are natural - terrorist acts like those seen in the UK recently, are designed to cause emotional reactions and make us feel anxious in our daily lives. Acknowledge the emotions you feel, they are normal, they should fade in time. Don't be afraid of telling others how it made you feel - support networks are one of the biggest factors in supporting our mental wellbeing.
On Thursday, June 8th, vote for a Labour government which will invest in you, your family and community so that - in all areas of life - we have the security we deserve: a government for the many, not the few.
Whilst bombs can destroy extremists, they cannot destroy extremist mentalities. It is only through penetrating the hearts of the world through love, and doing whatever one can to improve the lives of others, that a hateful ideology can truly be defeated. Whatever one's background or faith, the concept of love driving out hate must surely be one that is easy to endorse.
He gave his life protecting the Houses of Parliament.
Exclusive: Hate crime groups say there's been no sudden rise in reports.
Khalid Masood's attack killed four innocent people.
About London Attack 2017
The London terror attack struck at the heart of British democracy on Wednesday 22nd March 2017 after four people were killed - including the attacker and a police officer - at the Houses of Parliament. Three others, one believed to be a female pedestrian, were killed during a car rampage on Westminster Bridge which also left at least 40 people hurt - including some with 'catastrophic' injuries. PC Keith Palmer and Aysha Frade have been named as two of those killed.