The Mayor of London Sadiq Khan today told Good Morning Britain that he believed part of Parliament Square should be shut to drivers following the recent Westminster incident.
Speaking to Eamonn Holmes and Ranvir Singh, he said: “I’m a big advocate of part pedestrianising Parliament Square. After the incident in Westminster Bridge last March, there have been temporary barriers put into place in many of the bridge across London. We are doing things like designing out the possibility of a hostile vehicle smashing into pedestrians or buildings."
The London Mayor went on to say: "There is other work taking place. City Hall, working with the Palace and local experts, we are seeing if permanent plans can be in place to part-pedestrianise that part of Parliament Square."
Watch the full interview above.