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Three Bright Eyes Nurseries in Worcestershire are being searched by police after a child claimed to have been sexually assaulted at one.
Both Woolwich suspects were known to security services, Government sources confirm.
The Mayor of London Boris Johnson is visiting the scene in Woolwich where a serving soldier was murdered.
Speaking at a press conference following the Woolwich murder, Prime Minister David Cameron has said: "We will defeat violent extremism by standing together."
– DAVID CAMERON
The point that the two suspects in this horrific attack were known to the security services has been widely reported.
You would not expect me to comment on this while a criminal investigation is ongoing. But what I will say is this.
As is the normal practice in these cases the Independent Police Complaints Commission will be able to review the actions of the police and the intelligence and security committee able to do the same for the wider agencies.
Nothing should be done to get in the way of their absolutely vital work.
Our reporter Rags Martel tweeted this picture of a soldier who says he's more determined to wear his Help For Heroes jumper today. He says donations from the public today are "up ten fold".
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– David Cameron
This country will be absolutely resolute in its stand against violent extremism and terror.
We will never give in to terror of terrorism in any of its forms. This view is shared by every community in our country.
This was not just an attack on Britain and the British way of life it was also a betrayal of Islam and of the Muslim communities who give so much for our country.
We will defeat violent extremism by standing together.
In his statement outside Downing Street, David Cameron said:
"What happened yesterday in Woolwich has sickened us all. On our televisions last night and in our newspapers this morning we have all seen images that are deeply shocking.
"The people who did this were trying to divide us. They should know something like this will only bring us together and make us stronger."
– ASSISTANT COMMISSIONER SIMON BYRNE, METROPOLITAN POLICE
Today our shock at what happened on the streets of our city remains.
The investigation into the shocking murder of a serving soldier yesterday is ongoing, and is of course a major investigation for us.
It is only right that the ongoing investigations are allowed to take place, and they must take as long as is needed without anyone pre-empting what they may conclude.
I would ask for Londoners help and support for us to continue. Please remain calm. London is at its best when we all come together and now is the time to do that.