A mother who confronted a man suspected of attacking a soldier has exclusively told ITV News she "just talked to a guy who was in need".
In an article for ITV News, former Home Secretary Jacqui Smith reveals the pressures the Government faces after a "terrorist attack".
Secret files reveal drunken meeting between Stalin and Churchill, a cross-dressing spy and King Edward VIII's phone bug.
Peter Clarke, who led the investigation into the 7/7 London bombings, said that if the Woolwich attackers did turn out to be acting alone, it showed the difficulty the security services faced in trying to stop them.
"An attack like this doesn't need sophisticated fund raising and sophisticated communications or planning," he told Reuters. "It can be organised and then actually delivered in a moment."
Mark Bridger, the man accused of murdering April Jones, told the jury he had images of youngsters on his computer because he was researching the development of his own children.
On claims Bridger was researching child development, the prosecution said: "You are advancing a complete fantasy."
The prosecution also read out some of the searches the defendant did on his computer - some relate to naked children.
2/2 Extra patrols at key locations such as religious venues, transport hubs&busy areas. Meetings with local community leaders&other partnersFrom @metpoliceuk on Twitter:
Pleased our Armed Forces will still be wearing their uniform in public. We should all be proud of our troops and not hide them away.From @Nigel_Farage on Twitter:
The two suspects under arrest for the alleged murder of a soldier in London were known to the security services, ITV News understands. Properties in Saxilby in Lincolnshire and Greenwich in south-east London have been searched by officers.
ITV News reporter Sejal Karia reports:
The Mayor of London has tweeted a picture of him and the Prime Minister meeting community leaders in Woolwich.
Boris Johnson tweeted: "Earlier today, I met with community leaders in Woolwich alongside David Cameron and local MP Nick Raynsford.
"Clear and overwhelming message from the community meeting - London won't be divided by this sickening atrocity."
Dr Davinder Jeet Bains, who filmed female patients with a camera hidden in his watch, admitted to 39 sex charges.
These included two sex acts with a child, 11 sexual assaults and 13 voyeurism counts. He asked for 65 other offences to be taken into account.
Some of Bains' victims were school girls and the court heard how one parent complained to his surgery in Royal Wootton Bassett.
The judge said to Bains: "You are a disgrace to the medical profession."
He was also placed on the sex offenders register.
Speaking in Israel, Foreign Secretary William Hague responded to the Woolwich soldier murder. He said: "As our Prime Minister said this morning, we will never give into terror."
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu added: "We wish to send our condolences to the family and to the people of Britain... We sympathise deeply."