Midland's MPs have been tweeting about their shock after what is being described as a 'terror incident' in London.
A woman has died and a police officer has been stabbed in a major security incident at the Houses of Parliament.
The apparent attacker of the police officer was shot by armed police.
Deeply shocking incident at Parliament. Thanks to all police & staff who responded so quickly. Thoughts & prayers with those injured
We've been evacuated from my Portcullis office overlooking New Palace Yard. All in shock but thoughts with our brave emergency services
Incident in Parliament - the Wycombe and ERG teams are safe and secure. Many thanks to those enquiring by SMS
On lockdown in Commons Chamber following dreadful events in and around parliament. Thoughts with everyone at this terrible time.
All MP's locked inside the Chamber following security alert. Staff locked in offices for safety.
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Our political correspondent Alison Mackenzie ITV is outside Westminster after a major security incident at the Houses of Parliament.
A police officer has been stabbed and his apparent attacker shot by officers.
Emergency service vehicles and personnel have been pictured outside of Parliament and on Westminster Bridge.
More to follow.
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