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UK Police Release All Detained Over London Terror Act Without Charges

06 Juin 2017

"All those arrested in connection with the #LondonBridge terror attack have now been released without charge", the police wrote on Twitter. May told her audience at the time the police's warnings "didn't serve the public'".

Canadian, Christine Archibald, 30, died in her fiancé's arms after being hit by a van on London Bridge. The assault began Saturday night when a van veered off the road and barreled into pedestrians on busy London Bridge.

On Sunday, Mrs May said there should be no messages that law enforcement "cannot read", while Home Secretary Amber Rudd said she wanted tech companies to "limit the use of end-to-end encryption".

Floral tributes left on London Bridge.

"I have emergency over here guys!" "This vigil shows the people that did this that they can not divide us", he said."I think Londoners have pulled together like we always do and have handled this well, even though we all feel the pain". "I wasn't able to help her and it's killing me". "I ran thinking she would be running with me but I looked back and she wasn't there".

"I've called the hospitals, I've called all the places, the hotels where people say that children have been taken". I just, like, push him off. "We were having fun that day, she has plans and all I want is for her to achieve them all".

Family members have appealed on social media to trace Spaniard Ignacio Echeverria, 39.

Here is what we know about the victims so far. We pray for the better.

Google agreed. "We are committed to working in partnership with the government and NGOs to tackle these challenging and complex problems, and share the government's commitment to ensuring terrorists do not have a voice online", it said. "We have also provided funding for an increase in the number of armed police officers".

"At any one time MI5 and police are conducting around 500 active investigations, involving 3,000 subjects of interest".

Two other Met officers, who were both on duty, received less serious injuries during the rampage.

Sadiq Khan praised officers for doing a "fantastic job" with the resources they have but said it was "a fact that, over the last seven years, we as a city have lost £600 million from our budget - we have had to close police stations, sell police buildings and we've lost thousands of police staff".

He was put into a coma for four hours of surgery.

It was reported his girlfriend, Marie Bondeville, was also injured.

Geoff Ho, a business editor at the Sunday Express newspaper, was outside the Southwark Tavern pub.

The martial artist was wearing his British Lions shirt after watching the rugby match on television and was filmed being led away from the scene by a policeman, clutching his neck and with his shirt off.

Rowley said more would be asked of communities to challenge extremism, and of the private sector, believed to be a reference to internet companies. "I got out of surgery yesterday and am on the mend".

He says Candice Hedge underwent surgery but suffered no major damage and is expected to recover.

"A total of 36. patients (are) now being cared for in five London hospitals, and of these 18 remain in a critical condition", the National Health Service said.

A French national was also among the victims, the country's foreign ministry confirmed Sunday.

Britain's official terrorism threat level was raised from "severe" to "critical" after the Manchester attack, meaning an attack may be imminent.

UK Police Release All Detained Over London Terror Act Without Charges