Two people have died and several more injured in what police are describing as a terrorist incident on London Bridge. The attacker was later shot dead. Several members of the public managed to wrestle him to ground, and their bravery has been widely praised.
The Prime Minister said earlier that any accomplices to the attack will be ‘hunted down and brought to justice’. Tonight, large parts of central London remain cordoned off, and police say extra patrols will be on duty across the capital.
Clive Myrie and our Home Affairs Correspondent Daniel Sandford lead the BBC’s News at Ten coverage, with live reports and analysis from Sarah Campbell, Security Correspondent Gordon Corera, and Deputy Political Editor John Pienaar.
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