President Donald Trump on Tuesday responded to news of a terror attack in London by saying the “animals” must be dealt with through “toughness and strength.”
LONDON (Reuters) – British police said they believe a man deliberately drove a car into pedestrians and cyclists on Tuesday before ramming it into barriers outside London’s parliament in what appeared to be the second terrorism attack on the building in just under 18 months.
A balloon depicting President Donald Trump as a diaper-clad infant, snarling and clutching a phone in one of his tiny hands, entered the skies in London on Friday, and one CNN reporter’s coverage of it summed up the moment well.
London Mayor Sadiq Khan penned an op-ed published Tuesday in which he argued there are not enough Wikipedia biographies about women or females editing the free online encyclopedia.
The debate over knife control has taken on a new sense of urgency in the United Kingdom after news of London’s murder rate spiking to record levels broke last week.
Gun-rights proponents said on Monday that London’s rising murder rate is evidence of failed gun-control policies.
President Donald Trump confirmed Thursday that he had canceled an upcoming trip to London, but his tweeted reason conflicted with reports it was due to fears of mass protests.
The Islamic State has claimed responsibility for the explosion on a London subway train Friday morning that injured 29 people.
Following the Friday morning suspected terrorist attack in London, President Donald Trump tweeted that the “travel ban in the United States should be far larger.”