It appears a suspect with a knife drove his car through bystanders - got out and then attacked the police.
Scotland Yard is investigating what they consider a terrorist incident by a knife wielding man in front of Parliament.
Conservative supporters Margaret Thatcher expressed outraged on Monday after CNN marked the death of the the former British prime minister by airing a photo of her with former BBC television presenter Jimmy Savile, a suspected pedophile.
Suspect turned informant gives new evidence to Met before parliament vote on newspaper regulation.
When The Going Gets Tough The Tough Go Tabloid - Rupertgate Friday and news that Rupert Murdoch plans to launch a Sunday edition of The Sun in the face of widespread criticism over his handling of the News Of The World phone Hacking Scandal and the recent firings at The Sun.
Coming To A Courtoom Near You - further evidence that the Phone Hacking Scandal involving Rupert Murdoch's Newscorp empire may have much wider implications that originally thought came to light when Scotland Yard arrested several editors at Murdoch's other publication The Sun this weekend, following stepped-up investigations of bribery and coverup as reported on the BBC's Radio 4.
As FBI and Scotland Yard investigators recently plotted out a strategy for tracking suspects linked to Anonymous, little did they know that members of the group were eavesdropping on their conference call and recording their plans.
The latest news on the continuing saga of Rupertgate. Today comes the arrest of former Managing Editor of News Of the World Stuart Kuttner amidst allegations that he, like the 10 arrestees before him, knew widespread phone hacking was going on and was also in on paying bribes. The Pie Man, Jonny Marbles is sentenced to six weeks for his foamy kerfuffle during the Murdoch hearings. And just how deleted are deleted e-mails? An update to the story yesterday of mass e-mail deleting at NotW. Also a special program on the Government fallout over the Hacking scandal.
Rupertgate Monday - News of mass deletion of e-mails at News International according to Tech firm, BSkyB gives a vote of Confidence to James Murdoch and Grumblings from stateside Shareholders of Newscorp that a movement is afoot to ouster Rupert Murdoch. All in a day.
Latest news on the continuously unfolding Phone Hacking and Bribery scandal now involving key members of Scotland Yard. The latest to resign is John Yates, Metropolitan Police Assistant Commissioner, following less than 24 hours after the resignation of Sir Paul Stephenson, Metropolitan Police Commissioner.