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Westminster attacker's neighbour: 'I'm shocked it was him'

A neighbour of the Westminster attacker has said she is "shocked" at the actions of Khalid Masood.

Kaodi Campbell, 25, told ITV News in Birmingham that although she did not know him on a first-name basis he would say hello to her and was always "willing to help" jump-start her car.

Ms Campbell added that she would also talk to his wife and would see Khalid regularly take his children to school describing his life as "just normal family living really".

Pc Keith Palmer an 'amazing, encouraging' man

A former colleague and friend of Pc Keith Palmer who was killed in the Westminster attacks has described him as "amazing and encouraging".

David Darby, 38, met Pc Palmer in 1998 when they were in the Territorial Army together.

"Keith was an amazing guy, really encouraging guy, he used to help me out a lot with my fitness and training if I was ever lagging behind, he would encourage me to move on [and] give me motivation," the railway ticket office clerk from south-east London said.

"He was just an amazing guy."

Mr Darby continued: "Keith always talked to me about joining the police force and I found out later on he joined the police force.

"He always wanted to be a firearms officer then jointed the diplomatic police ... just a really nice guy in general, always helped me out."


Man, 75, injured in Westminster terror attack dies

A 75-year-old man who was injured in Wednesday's terror attack in Westminster has died.

King's College NHS tweeted:

Scotland Yard said he had been "receiving medical treatment in hospital" but his life support was withdrawn on Thursday evening.

The force added that his next of kin have been informed and are receiving support from specially trained family liaison officers.

He is the fourth innocent victim of the attack to die. Pc Keith Palmer, married mother-of-two Aysha Frade and American tourist Kurt Cochran were also killed.

The attacker, Khalid Masood, was shot dead by armed officers.

Britain pays tribute to Westminster attack victims

  • Video report by ITV News correspondent Paul Davies

Britain stood still today to pay tribute to the victims of the Westminster terror attack, from MPs and the police to Londoners in Trafalgar Square.

One day on from the events of Wednesday afternoon, the attacker has been named as 52-year-old Kent-born Khalid Masood.

His three victims have also been named.

In a defiant message to a packed House of Commons, Prime Minister Theresa May said: "We will never waver in the face of terrorism."


Terrorists 'will not defeat us', says Amber Rudd

Amber Rudd has declared that terrorists 'will not win' Credit: ITV News

Terrorists who carry out attacks like the one in Westminster "will not defeat us" and "will not win", Home Secretary Amber Rudd has declared.

Speaking at a candlelit vigil for victims of Wednesday's terror attack in central London Ms Rudd was defiant in her message to the gathered crowd, saying: "The terrorists will not defeat us, we will defeat them."

'No police officers under investigation' after attack

The IPCC is investigating the circumstances of the attack. Credit: PA

No police officers are under investigation following the Westminster terror attack, the Independent Police Complaints Commission has confirmed.

The IPCC is, however, "currently investigating the circumstances" in an independent investigation.

Deputy chair Sarah Green said: "The terrorist attack in Westminster on Wednesday was horrific and our thoughts are with all of those affected by it."

"It is important to stress that we are currently investigating the circumstances of the incident and no police officers are under investigation."

She added: "We are giving this investigation the highest priority and we will conclude it as soon as possible."

Met Police chief: We must 'stand together' after attack

The Met Police's Acting Commissioner Craig Mackey has told Londoners that while Wednesday's tragic terror attack on Westminster "cannot be done" it is now up to the public to "choose our reaction".

Speaking at a candlelit vigil for victims of the attack he urged that Londoners "must stand together" as they "move forward" from what happened.

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