Eighteen victims of the London Bridge terror attack are now in a critical condition, figures shows.
NHS England said the number of those receiving critical care across London hospitals was down by three from 21.
A total of 36 patients remain in hospital following Saturday's attack which killed seven and injured 48.
West Yorkshire Police has increased its presence across the region in the light of the London terror attack.
The force says high visibility patrols will be seen at key locations and events. Extra armed officers were deployed after the Manchester suicide bombing.
The North Yorkshire force will also have additional officers out and about.
In South Yorkshire the Police and Crime Commissioner says all community events and places where people gather in numbers are being assessed - and armed and unarmed officers deployed.
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The Muslim Women's Council in Bradford has condemned the terror attacks on London Bridge and Borough Market. They say their "thoughts are with all those affected by another senseless act of violence."
The West Yorkshire Police Constable says she is assessing the overnight attacks in London for communities in our region. Dee Collins is urging people "to keep calm and support one other."
West Yorkshire Police's Chief Constable has condemned last night’s terrorist attack in London.
Seven people were killed and nearly 50 people injured, including a British Transport Police Officer.
The incident began shortly after 10pm when a white van drove at pedestrians crossing London Bridge, before making its way to Borough Market where the three suspects left the van and began to attack people with knives.
The three suspects were shot dead by armed police.
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Campaigners protesting against cuts to health services across the region will be in London today to take part in a national rally.
Protestors who want 24-hour A and E services reinstated at Grantham Hospital met at 7am this morning to travel to the capital.
The Hands off Huddersfield Royal Infirmary group has collected more than 80,000 signatures opposing the plans which they will hand into Downing Street later today.
Police are appealing for help to find an 89-year-old man from Halifax who has gone missing in London.
Josef Kuzio, who is Ukrainian, left his home on Wednesday, October 21, to travel to London by coach to visit the Embassy of Ukraine, in Holland Park. The embassy confirmed he did attend but he has not been seen since.
Mr Kuzio is described white, about 5ft 3ins tall, slim, with grey hair. He was wearing a grey suit, a green parka type coat and a flat cap. He walks with a limp.
It is out of character for Mr Kuzio to go missing like this and his family are very concerned. He only had a relatively small amount of money with him and he does not have a mobile phone.
Given his age we are very concerned for his welfare and urgently need to hear from anyone who has seen him or who has any information that could assist in tracing him."
Hassan Qadri from the Muslim Youth League UK has told ITV Calendar that the government has been slow in tackling radicalisation in the UK.
Speaking on the 10th anniversary of the 7/7 London bombings, Mr Qadri urged David Cameron to reach out to the Muslim community to deal with extremism.
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